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Agustín Castellote Sports journalist

Buy soccer teams: this is the latest fad for some of the richest men in the world. Whim? Business? Passion?

Juan Pablo Sanz García Sports journalist

It was a business since the first grounds were fenced in and began selling entrance tickets

  
Sandra Tobar Journalist

It is the bookmakers that share the football competition spoils.

Albert Guivernau Professor of Economics at the Abat Oliba CEU University.

The World Cup in Russia involved a level of expenditure never seen before: 11,954 million dollars.

Juan Diego Bogotá Professor at the Colombian National University

During the 20th century, Manchester City Football Club was far removed from being one of the leading and most renowned football teams in England.

Carles Murillo UPF Barcelona School of Management

Football understood exclusively as a sport has long been left behind, particularly from the moment when live television broadcasting of matches emerged with such unusual force.

Jesús E. Mazzei Journalist

This sport has become a global reality, not only because of its dissemination through modern means of social communication, but also because the cost of playing it is low.

 
Carmen P. Flores Editor of TEJ. Journalist

Football could be considered to be the seventeenth-largest world economy and the principal leisure industry in countries such as Spain.

Purificacion González Journalist

Aguas Andinas has caused a paradigm shift by transforming three water treatment plants in Santiago into “biofactories”.

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