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This volume of essays by established authorities and the best of the new generation of sports law and policy academics explores new territory, and its scope and tone reflect the maturity of the subject. New theoretical insights are revealed which accompany in particular two further sections dealing first with governance and regulatory issues (also freedom of movement and competition law issues) and second with questions of representation.
The issue of the representation of stakeholders within sports governance is arguably the most significant development since 2000. In this regard, the focus is on social dialogue between clubs and players’ representative organisations in the European professional football sector. Specific contributions on anti-doping, football hooliganism and sports betting in an EU context are included, making this a useful guide for governmental and sports officials, legal practitioners and academics.