Dec.1 – Chelsea have submitted plans to build a new 60,000-seat stadium at their Stamford Bridge ground.
Oct. 10 – FIFA official Michel D’Hooghe describes $25,000 watch gift from Brazil FA as most “poisonous present” he’s ever received… Mark Schwarzer says one or two players will have to “drop dead” before FIFA wakes up to Qatar’s heat problems. Christian Radnedge reports.
July 2 – Soccerex add DB Schenker as an official partner, and will debut new Corporate Social Opportunity Zone at global convention in Manchester… Senior VP of global brand marketing at adidas will speak at Leaders in Sport Summit in London.
May 27 – The annual Leaders in Football has been scrapped as a standalone conference as part of a shake-up by the events company.
May 4 – Carlsberg, Orange and Castrol ramp up social media efforts with a month to go until Euro 2012 kickoff… Chelsea FC team up with Formula One team Sauber F1. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
Oct. 5 – Three FIFA Ex-Co members today responded to criticism of the scandal-hit World Cup bidding process and claimed Sepp Blatter’s imminent anti-corruption reforms can rebuild the governing body’s battered image. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from Leaders in Football in London.
July 8 – New Chelsea manager Andre Villas Boas believes there’s a direct correlation between building character and self-respect off the field and achievements on it. New INSIDER columnist Terry Baddoo, a former CNN World Sport anchor, offers his assessment.
Leaders in Football, the world’s most exclusive football business event, taking place for the third time at Chelsea FC on 6th and 7th October 2010, is delighted to announce that Wolverhampton Wanderers Owner and Chairman, Steve Morgan will be addressing the Leaders audience. As part of an ‘owner’s panel’ that will be gathering on Day