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Money talks: the global reaction to the riches of Barca, Real, the Yankees et al


21 April 2011


Sportingintelligence’s Global Sports Salaries Report collaboration with ESPN The Magazine has been covered so far, among others, by …


The New York Times (USA). The Washington Post (USA). The BBC (UK). And the BBC in BrazilHurriyet (Turkey) with more Turkish coverage on Eurosport and Stargazete. The Liberty Times (Taiwan). DNES (Slovakia) as well as Pravda and Webnoviny. Bild (Germany). Nettavisen (Norway) and VG. Media Indonesia (Indonesia) and Detiksport. Iltasanomat (Finland) and MTV (also Finland). Sport Report (Czech Republic). InfoRadio (Hungary). De Telegraaf (Netherlands) and SoccernewsNL and AD.NL and Voetbal InternationalDnevnik (Slovenia). The Seattle PI (USA). NESN (USA). El Universal (Mexico) and Vefutbol. Sportune (France). Sentragoal (Greece). Terra (Argentina) and Los Andes. Blitz (Bulgaria) and Investor (ditto). Puls Biznesu (Poland). TheThao (Vietnam) and Naewna. Sporta (Latvia) and Delfi and Novosti. The Guardian (UK). Ottawa Citizen (Canada). Der Standard (Austria). Mainichi Daily News (Japan). Telegraph (Australia). FoxSports (USA). InsideIreland (Ireland). ESPNStar (Asia). Times of India (India) and IndianTV. SLC Dunk (USA). Topsport (Bulgaria). Globoesporte (Brazil). Money (Poland). Express (Belgium). Sports.FR (France). Sina.Com (Hong Kong). Liberation (France). Globes (Israel). Padang Express (Indonesia) and Seputar. Cadena Ser (Spain). Tyden (Cz Rep). Haberdar (Turkey). Romania International (Romania). NewsDay (Zimbabwe) and RadioVop.

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