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(Reuters) - The English Football League (EFL) said on Wednesday it was hoping for much-needed reforms to the distribution of wealth in the domestic league after six Premier League clubs quit the breakaway European Super League project.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New International Cricket Council (ICC) Chairman Greg Barclay told Reuters on Wednesday his organisation must deliver their pinnacle events over the next three years or there will be serious financial consequences for the sport.
(Reuters) - Patience is a virtue not often associated with Serie A clubs, among officials or supporters, but the new U.S. owners of Parma believe they and the team's fans have enough of it to build a bright long-term future.
(Reuters) - Brentford stand to earn some 160 million pounds in additional revenue over three years if they defeat Fulham in Tuesday's Championship play-off final and secure a return to the Premier League, Deloitte have said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Premier League clubs enjoyed a record 5.2 billion pounds ($6.65 billion) of revenue in the 2018-19 season, according to data released by Deloitte on Thursday, but income is expected to decline in the short-term due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Reuters) - Completing the Premier League campaign and getting the new season underway will see much-needed funds flow to clubs in the lower divisions who are struggling due to the COVID-19 shutdown, Brighton & Hove Albion CEO Paul Barber has said.
(Reuters) - Tennis's governing bodies and the organisers of the four Grand Slams said on Tuesday they will raise over $6 million (4.8 million pounds) to help players affected by the sport's current shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LAHORE (Reuters) - Any disruption to the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia later this year would have serious financial implications for most of the cricketing nations, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ehsan Mani said on a PCB podcast.
(Reuters) - The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced a 61 million pounds ($75.63 million) aid package on Tuesday to help the English game withstand the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
(Reuters) - Spending by teams in Europe's Big Five leagues totalled a record 5.5 billion euros during the close season transfer window, financial analyst Deloitte's Sports Business Group said on Tuesday.