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Athletes like LeBron James and Cristiano Ronaldo can move the needle like no others. Bob Williams spoke to a number of industry experts to discover how exactly clubs can monetise their prize possessions.

Frank Dunne reveals the inside story of IMG's triumphant bid for Serie A international rights and how the agency now plans to monetise its property.

The ‘Ndrangheta – the Calabrian mafia – has successfully infiltrated football in Italy. As Frank Dunne explains, some fear that its influence may now be spreading to Spain and beyond.

Italian football’s golden era of the 1980s and early 1990s is a distant memory, but after falling from the summit, there are now signs that it is on its way back up.

Amid the chaos of Italian football, there is opportunity for those organisations that follow the rules.

Wimbledon will be cancelled for the first time since World War II, according to German Tennis Federation vice-president Dirk Hordorff. The event is scheduled to begin June 29

The National Basketball Association is suspending its 2019-20 season indefinitely following games on March 11, after a player on the Utah Jazz tested positive for the coronavirus

Haruyuki Takahashi, a member of Tokyo 2020's organising committee's executive board, told the Wall Street Journal that the event would most likely be postponed by one or two years if it could not take…

Paolo Dal Pino, the chief executive of telecommunications company Telit Communications, has been elected president of Serie A, the Italian football league

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Rob Ridley spoke to the masterminds behind AS Roma’s new stadium about the rationale for its mix of contemporary and historic architectural design.

English football club Brighton and Hove Albion’s Amex Stadium is being used as a blueprint for a wave of new-build stadia in Italian football’s top-flight Serie A. Elisha Chauhan spoke to the club’s CEO and Juventus, the only club in the league to currently own its stadium, about what will be required to make the new venues successful.

Italy has more laws on its statute books than any other European country but Italians are famous for considering them to be mere suggestions, polite recommendations, even paternalistic forms of advice, rather than binding rules...