Carmelo Mesa-Lago is a distinguished professor emeritus in economics and Latin American studies at the University of Pittsburgh; he has been visiting professor or researcher in 8 countries and lecturer in 39; He was founder and editor for 18 years of Cuban Studies, and is the author of 95 books and 318 scholarly articles published in 7 languages and 34 countries, half of them on the Cuban economy. His most recent book is 'Voces de cambio en el sector no estatal cubano' (Madrid, 2016). He has received the International Decent Work Award by the ILO (shared with Nelson Mandela) and selected among the 50 most influential Ibero-American intellectuals.
Now that all the major football leagues have been designed and configured, the time has come for rest and holidays for the other major players in this whole "football circus".
Football has become the king of sports according to the income generated by some of its players.
Of all the 736 players involved in the 2018 World Cup and the millions all over the world who play football, Messi is the best paid.
Buy soccer teams: this is the latest fad for some of the richest men in the world. Whim? Business? Passion?
Daniel Margalef is in charge of the area of Sports Rights and Relations with La Liga in Mediapro since 2013.
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