If there was a Brexit smaller clubs lower down the league structure would likely struggle to get the best talent.
Big name signings, inflated wages, high hopes of success – welcome to China's Super League.
The case of Bolton Wanderers is yet another example of how different football clubs are to normal companies – and why they rarely pass away into total, terminal, permanent death.
The threat of millennial consumers to American football is no illusion.
Why Adidas pulled its sponsorship of the IAAF, the governing body of world athletics.
Bernie Ecclestone is wrong to think that women can't be taken seriously in Formula One.
A look at the statistics shows that having a top-performing centre forward is key to winning games – and ultimately trophies.
José Mourinho's second departure from Chelsea is his real encounter with failure. Few would have predicted such a catastrophic fall from grace.
As well as making Alfa Romeo a global brand, a return to F1 would benefit Ferrari both on the race track and off it.
As football grapples with numerous scandals, the Euro 2016 draw brings a welcome focus on the game itself rather than on the intrigue of its boardrooms.
Is it better for a club to sack their manager now or wait until later?
Even if England lose on the pitch, they'll be winners off it – hosting history at such little expense is a win-win.
For Bayern Munich, helping refugees isn't simply a moral obligation it's good CSR.
The changing meaning of sport is perhaps most clearly evident in darts – which is now hyper-commercialised.
These surely are the best of times for the 20 clubs competing in the Premier League
A look at some of the tournament's revenues and how it compares with the other grand slams.
How a US-Qatar F1 takeover will take the business up a gear.
How the five-year wait for a Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao boxing match could result in $400m in revenues.
The highest level fix in English football took place a century ago, but professional sport is still full of fixing allegations today.
Keeping foreigners out of the Premier League won't make the England team perform any better.