March 31 – Bundesliga CEO Christian Seifert says that foreign owners have a conflict of interest with the national teams that represent the countries their clubs play in… UEFA’s financial fair play rules may favour the German game. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports from the Soccerex European Forum in Manchester.
27/1/2011 Despite earning revenues exceeding 2 billion euros, Germany’s 36 first and second division Bundesliga clubs posted a combined loss last season. Only seven top-flight clubs made a profit. INSIDER editor Mark Bisson reports.
20/8/2010 After an excellent World Cup showing by its national team and on the back of healthy turnover and increased TV revenues, Germany’s Bundesliga kicks off tonight in a healthy state. INSIDER’s European Correspondent James Corbett reports
28/1/2010 Castrol sponsors UEFA Euro 2012 tournament… Germany’s professional clubs generate record revenues but debts soar… Fiorentina’s Adrian Mutu, sacked by Chelsea for cocaine use, now tests positive for a banned stimulant.