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  • EXCLUSIVE: Lib-Lab-Tory agreement on sport: ‘Federer to win Wimbledon’

    By Nick Harris 22 April 2010 The Minister for Sport, Gerry Sutcliffe, and his counterparts in the Liberal Democrats and the Conservative Party, Don Foster and Hugh Robertson, have revealed key ideological differences in their approach to the governance and organisation of sport in Britain in an exclusive series of interviews for sportingintelligence, but they […]

  • Yankees on top in global pay review, Premier League in the shade

    By Nick Harris 28 March 2010 The New York Yankees are the best-paid team in global sport measured by average first-team wages, ahead of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea and basketball’s Dallas Mavericks, according to the inaugural Annual Review of Global Sports Salaries (ARGSS), to be published this week by sportingintelligence. The average first-team pay at […]

  • Lloyd resigns as Britain’s Davis Cup captain

    17 March 2010 John Lloyd has resigned as Britain’s Davis Cup captain less than a fortnight after the British team lost to Lithuania – minus their best player, Andy Murray, who opted not to appear for his country in a match GB almost certainly would have won if he’d played . That was GB’s fifth straight […]

  • McEnroe finally hails Federer as “the greatest of all time”

    9 February 2010 John McEnroe has always stopped short of proclaiming Roger Federer to be the greatest tennis player of all time, but no longer. “Roger is just the greatest player of all time,” he said today. “He is the most beautiful player I’ve ever seen and I don’t ever get tired of watching him. Rod […]

  • Anti-corruption experts: UK needs sports integrity unit

    By Nick Harris 1 February 2010 Britain needs a multi-sport anti-corruption unit with wide-ranging powers to tackle the threat of betting-related malpractice, according to a substantial government-commissioned report, published today. The Sports Betting Intelligence Unit, which will be based at the Gambling Commission if it comes to fruition, has been proposed by Rick Parry, the […]

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