German football has earned praise for its blend of ideological purity and commercial nous, but calls to reform restrictions on private ownership and investment are growing. With the Bundesliga’s media rights coming to market, Callum McCarthy explores how the league’s commercial performance over the next 18 months could shape its long-term future.
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Bundesliga International chief executive Robert Klein tells SportBusiness International how its new US department will help build its relationship with Fox Sports and why Bayern Munich made the league's entrance easier in the States.
Bundesliga International chief Klein slams beoutQ and calls for better legislation in battle against piracy
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Bundesliga International chief executive Robert Klein confirmed Germany’s top football league won’t stage a regular-season match abroad – unlike its Spanish counterpart – but stressed the US is the le…