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Title: The Independent European Sport Review: half full or half empty?
Authors: Garcia, Borja
Keywords: European Union
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Entertainment and Sports Law Journal (ESLJ) / © The authors
Citation: GARCIA, B., 2007. The Independent European Sport Review: half full or half empty? Entertainment and Sports Law Journal, 4 (3).
Abstract: This contribution reviews the ongoing debates on the role of European public authorities in the governance of sport, focusing on the recently published Independent European Sport Review, an initiative of British sports minister Richard Caborn during the 2005 UK Presidency of the EU. Former Portuguese Presidency minister, José Luis Arnaut, was charged with the task of carrying a review of the current state of European football in the aftermath of major corruption scandals in Germany, Belgium and Italy. With the support of UEFA, FIFA and the European sports ministers, Arnaut delivered his report last May, claiming that, despite being focused on football, it presents a template to improve the governance standards of sport in Europe, define the role the EU has to play and to preserve the so-called European Sports Model. The Independent European Sports Review is now featuring heavily in the consultation process conducting to the forthcoming European Commission White Paper on Sport.
Description: This article was published in the journal, Entertainment and Sports Law Journal and can also be found at: http://go.warwick.ac.uk/eslj/issues/volume4/number3/garcia/
Version: Published
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/5784
ISSN: 1748-944X
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