Mihir Bose: Fans must stop falling in love with rich men

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The rich, as Hemingway said, are different to the rest of us – they have more money.

But what is now emerging is that the rich in football are expected to behave differently to rich people in any other sport.

This is a very recent, modern, phenomenon which is making football even more distinct from all other sporting activities. It is also creating a huge problem for the game.

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Transfer revolution to weed out corruption

By Andrew Warshaw

September 30 – Football’s world governing body has launched a new electronic transfer system in an attempt to weed out corruption and money laundering, stop the trading of under-age players and make clubs totally accountable for all international deals.

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