Gambling in Brazil is on the brink of new regulation so what do betting companies need to do to take advantage of this opportunity?
The merits of the 50+1 Rule in the Bundesliga: An insight into Bayern’s recent success
While the 50+1 Rule somewhat limits the Bundesliga teams’ financial capabilities, it ensures that football remains associated to its fans and enshrines the mantra: “Football first, business second”, a rule so engraved within the heart of the football community. When doubters question the merit of such a rule, let success stories such as Flick’s stint at Bayern make the noise!
On Loan and Playing Against My Own: Safeguarding Integrity?
Loan transfers usually pose a great opportunity for small football clubs to boost their squads with better players at a lower cost, however, these players are often forbidden to play against their parent clubs, either by loan clauses or national regulations. In this post we will analyse these restrictions, understand their basis, and find out if they are safeguarding competitions.
Premier League Handballs – A Flawed Interpretation?
New season, new rules. The handball law has changed again, purportedly for the better, but has the English Premier League got it horribly wrong? Arjun Khanna looks at the changes made to the law and how the FA may have erred in its interpretation and implementation.
The FA Cup and Covid
The majority of football clubs are currently in desperate financial need. How are the FA's rules about attendance at FA Cup matches meant to help?