Andy Green, advisor to the Manchester United Supporters Trust, says the Glazer family has to take "a lot of blame" for the "disaster" at the soccer club this season.» Read More
José Martins Soares, chief strategist at Espirito Santo Investment Bank, discusses how to play the soccer investing game.
With the Soccer World Cup only 90 days away, Richard Brinkman, analyst at Kantar Media discusses who will win the sponsorship race.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports Manchester United is believed to be close to announcing a record breaking deal with Nike that will be worth $1 billion over the next 10 years.
With the soccer World Cup only three months away, Adidas and Nike are squaring up for a marketing battle to match the on-field rivalry of nations.
David Beckham announced Wednesday that he is exercising his option to become the owner of a Major League Soccer team in Miami.
Mark Roberts, senior manager of the Sports Business Group at Deloitte, discusses the financial fair play rules introduced by soccer authorities and says clubs are "aware" of the laws.
Ivan Gazidis, CEO of Arsenal Football Club, says Thierry Henry has an "incredible emotional attachment" to the club and hints that the former Arsenal striker could be a contender to become manager when Arsène Wenger retires.
Björn Gulden, CEO of Puma, says Arsenal is a perfect fit for the company after the soccer club announced a new multi-million pound sponsorship deal with Puma.
Arsene Wenger is "crucial" to Arsenal and Farhad Moshiri, senior shareholder at Arsenal, tells CNBC he hopes the manager will sign his renewal contract as soon as possible.
Former Brazilian international footballer Ronaldo, says Brazil will be ready to host the "best World Cup ever" this year.
The English Premier League needs to "correct itself," according to the chairman of London-based team Queens Park Rangers (QPR).
Tony Fernandes, group CEO of AirAsia and majority stakeholder in QPR soccer club, said the industry is to blame for astronomical player wages and poor mentality.
Officials said shocking violence at a Brazilian match is not an indication of what to expect when the country hosts the World Cup.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports on fan violence at a Brazilian soccer match.
Don't look now, but U.S. soccer is achieving major goals. MLS attendance outranks the NBA and NHL, and the league hopes to reach 24 teams by 2020.
Alex Donohue, spokesman for Ladbrokes, tells football fans how he thinks they should place their bets for Next Year's World Cup.
Chris Pickard, chairman of the Latin American Travel Association, says the World Cup stadiums in Brazil will be safe and ready for the tournament after a construction accident killed two people in Sao Paulo.
Ramon Vega, founder of Vega Swiss Asset Management, discusses what to expect from the World Cup draw.
WASHINGTON, Nov 26- Oilfield services firm Weatherford International will pay $253 million in fines to the U.S. government to settle charges that ranged from flouting sanctions against Iran and Syria to sending business partners on World Cup soccer junkets, officials said on Tuesday.
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