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How Milan Became The First Victims Of Financial Fair Play

There is no such thing as a quiet summer in Italy. Whether its corruption scandals, managerial merry-go-rounds or sensational transfers, there is never a dull moment in Calcio, and the constant drama, often resembling the most ridiculous of soap operas plots, is just one of the things that makes football on the Peninsula so utterly […]

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Meet the President

After spending £212m, the president of PSG is well on the way to making the only major club in Paris the envy of Europe. Nasser al-Khelaifi appears fond of the phrase. It is short and punchy, and it serves as something of a mission statement for his presidency of Paris Saint-Germain. “We dream big,” he […]

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Ibra deal upsets the French

  As France and the rest of Europe are battling another economic crisis, Matthieu Richard analyses the reasons why the Ibrahimovic transfer has sparked a debate in the French capital.

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