On today's show Share Radio's Michael Considine shares this weeks occurrences in the world of Sport. Discussed: The new UEFA president and the hacking of WADA.
Joining Michael are author and commentator Keir Radnedge, and Andy Brown of Sports Integrity Initiative.
Welcome to the Business of Sport with Michael Considine. On the show this week:
Formula 1 has been bought by American entertainment media company Liberty Media. Formula 1 commentator Mark Gallagher will be joining us to give his thoughts on what the deal means for the future of the sport.
After initial concerns that there wasn't necessary funding, the 2016 Paralympics has kicked off. Aaron Bauer, Rio de Janeiro Correspondent at Around the Rings will be joining us from Rio.
And Robert Van Egghen will have Extra Time.
Welcome to the Business of Sport with Michael Considine.
On the show this week.
Premier League transfer window spending has breached a billion pounds for the first time. Football finance expert Rob Wilson gives his take on what this psychological barrier means.
After the success of the Womens hockey team at the Olympics, what's next for the sport in the UK? Rich Beer, Development Director at England Hockey joins us.
And of course Joe Aldridge has Extra Time.
This is The Business of Sport with Share Radio's Michael Considine - a best of edition featuring 2 interviews from the archives, firstly looking at whether test cricket is a dying game amidst the move to T-20 which appeals to a broader & more engaged audience & an interview with the Chairman of 'Skins', Jamie Fuller.
This is The Business of Sport with Share Radio's Michael Considine, we have a bumper Euro 2016 edition for you today.
Michael speaks to Colin Cieszynski of CMC Markets for a look at what stocks will be affected by the championships, Joe Aldridge will be looking at how productivity will be affected and William Hill's Joe Crilly will have the bookmakers view ahead of kick off of the competition.
Plus Patrick Jones has Extra Time.
This is the Business of Sport, with Share Radio's Michael Considine.
On this edition of the show: Joe Aldridge will speaking to the team behind AFC Wimbledon in the week where they were promoted to League 1, Eoin Connolly of Sports Pro will be giving Michael his thoughts on the state of European club rugby and ING's Ian Bright will be joining the team to crunch the numbers and tell us who is Euro 2016's most valuable player.
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On today’s show: An extra division for league football, Tony Xia buys Aston Villa, changes in European club rugby & more!
Joe Aldridge will be looking at plans from the Football League to overhaul the league structure, Mark Dreyer of China Sports Insider will be discussing Aston Villa's new owner and Michele Verroken will be giving her thoughts on the news that retests from the Beijing games have found 31 athletes tested positive.
Welcome to The Business of Sport with Share Radio's Michael Considine.
On today's show:
The 66th FIFA congress is taking place in Mexico City this week, Michael will be getting the thoughts of Sport Integrity Initiative's Andy Brown on FIFA's progress and also the latest on doping allegations in Russia. Editor of Rugby World Owain Jones will be joining Michael to discuss the challenges facing Bill Beaumont as he becomes chairman of World Rugby and Joe Aldridge will have Extra Time.
This week on Business of Sport with Michael Considine we look ahead to what is sure to be a pivotal week in the history of the The Fédération Internationale de Football Association, World football insider editor Mark Bisson and Jaimie Fuller, chairman of Skins, the sportswear company and also member of the organisation New Fifa Now give their thoughts and Joe Aldridge looks at how the new season for Formula 1 is shaping up. Plus Ruby Johnson with this week's Extra Time
Coming up on the show today: Former Futures and Challenger tennis player James Cluskey will be discussing the increasing crisis engulfing tennis, Joe Aldridge will be investigating whats behind the financial power in China and Shannon Bond of the Financial Times will be looking back at another big Superbowl.