This page, updated from time to time, contains a range of coverage of stories broken by Sportingintelligence
STORY: Barcelona produce more players for ‘Big 5’ Leagues than any club in the world (from 13 December 2012)
Zing (Vietnam), Maccabi Haifa (Israel), Le Parisien (France), Slate.fr (France), TV2 (Norway), Globes (Israel), B92 (Belgrade), Daily Mail (England), Give Me Football (UK), Fotbollskanalen (Sweden), United.no (Norway), FC Barcelona (Spain), The Journal (Ireland), Bild (Germany).
STORY: Jen Chang leaves Liverpool (from 16 November 2012)
STORY: Manchester United and Real Madrid top global shirt sales (from 8 October 2012)
STORY: Leaked letter lays bare Blackburn crisis; followed by Hunt sacked (from 8 May 2012)
STORY: Global Sports Salaries Survey 2012 (from 1 May 2012)
Marca (Spain); The Atlantic (USA) NPR radio (in the USA) The Irish Independent (Ireland), OBOZ (Russian), CNN Mexico (Spanish), Cronica (Paraguay), Radio Peru (Spanish), Capital (Peru, Spanish), Cronista (Spanish), Sopitas (Spanish), Liberation (France), Manchester Evening News, Canada.com, In Depth Africa, CNN, Herald Sun, Hurriyet (Turkish), Capital (Bulgarian), Tubasket (Spanish), Los Andes (Argentina, Spanish), NEN (Chinese), Baodatviet (Vietnamese), Championat (Russian), Sohu (Chinese), The Guardian, Sumot Pos (Indonesia),Novo Tempo (Brazil, Portugese), Newstrack India, Indian Express, Tuscon Citizen, 7MSports, Forbes, USA Today, The Sun, Deccan Chronicle, Zee News, Yahoo7Australia, Sports Mole,The National, Who Ate All The Pies, 10TV in Ohio, Posrobnosti (article and video, in Russian), ZMAN (Russian), Maisfutebol (Portuguese), Publico(Portugal), Economico (Portugal), BBC Indonesia (in Indonesian), Kompas (Indonesian), CBN (Indonesian), Bola (Indonesian), Sport24 (Greek),Sportal (Bulgarian), Sport CJN (Chinese), IHNED (Czech), Aksam (Turkish), Calcalist (Hebrew). Nieuwsblad (Belgium), ESPN Star Taiwan (Chinese),EuroSport Italia (Italian), Infobae (Spanish), SitioAndino (Spanish), Zing (Vietnamese), 4-4-2 (German), SoccerKing (Japan), Globes (Hebrew),Univision (Spanish), Medio Tiempo (Mexico), Washington Post, Goal, Business Day, IBNLive India, Economic Times of India, New York Post, NBC, Paddock Talk, World Soccer, Rittenhoused, U-T San Diego, Sports.Ru (in Russian), Eurosport Russia (in Russian). Kursiv in Kazhakstan (Russian), SportMail (Russian), Globo (Portuguese), Sports163(Chinese), RTS (Russian), El Pais (Colombia), Terra (Mexico), Various news organisations in South America.