A ranking caught my attention: The top football league attendance, updated August 20 2012. A very interesting piece put together by ESPN and worldfootball.net. Major key learning, the Major League Soccer is ahead of the French Ligue 1. This said, the ranking counts a whole season for the Ligue 1, when the MLS is still ongoing.
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Recently, PUMA added Aguero to its players’ portfolio. Fabregas is now a new addition to PUMA’s football athletes. The former Arsenal captain will wear Puma’s new PowerCat 1.12 boot and will be the face of the German sportswear brand’s global marketing campaign for the footwear.
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New York Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry signed a partnership with Puma. After having endorsed Nike and Reebok, “Titi” will join Samuel Eto’o and others within Puma players portfolio.
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According to The Richest, the world’s highest paid players are as below. Most interesting key learning here: David Beckham is (still) number one. Despite the fact that he is playing in the MLS where there is a salary cap, his sponsorship deals make the difference.
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The Major League Soccer published the top 20 best paid players for 2011. Thierry Henry and David Beckham are leading the race. Surprising?
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The Manchester United winger Nani was a Nike player for many years, and has recently been signed by adidas. The Portuguese striker was visiting adidas Headquarters in Herzogenaurach, Germany. There, he visited the wall of fame and the Heritage division, where he seemed to have had great fun!
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Just noticed I have not posted in 4 days! I was working on some amazing projects and met up with really interesting sports professionals. One of them being Paul Smith, a great guy, and I invite you to visit his website. World Cup is over and I am scanning the web (not easy) to find relevant datas to share with you guys. One of them is (again) a The Nielsen Company survey pointing out that the 2010 World Cup contributed to a 22% increase compared to the previous World Cup for US viewers.
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