Arsenal earn more money per fan through the turnstiles than any club in world football, according to a new UEFA report - a fact sure to enrage Gunners’ fans already dismayed at becoming a ‘selling club’ again as they struggle to contend even for a top four Premier League place.
Preparations for this year’s World Cup in Russia could be thrown into fresh turmoil after Fifa promised to speak to doping whistle-blower Grigory Rodchenkov ‘relatively soon’. Star witness Dr Rodchenkov can provide extensive details of systematic doping across Russian football. Fifa are facing calls from Dr Rodchenkov’s lawyer to set up an independent investigation into doping in Russian football to avoid potential conflicts of interests.
'Chris Froome's secret battle: Eight doctors, six clinics, four countries and five different illnesses . . . the remarkable personal struggle of Great Britain's Tour de France champion.' 'Chris Froome's secret battle: Eight doctors, six clinics, four countries and five different illnesses . . . the remarkable personal struggle of Great Britain's Tour de France champion.' Paul Kimmage: The greatest ever or just another drug cheat? After all the bullshit, why should we care?
@Jim_Philosopher@mjshrimper@StatHunting Have a look at that viz to get detail. But in short: no, many teams don't pay big bucks for their DPs. And, in effect, yes, you can pay your DPs whatever you want.
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