The Middle East is becoming a major player in the world of sports, with wealthy owners pouring money into European football and creating new events and leagues. This has led to concerns about the impact on competitive balance and the integrity of the sport, as well as questions about the human rights records of some Middle Eastern countries. Despite these concerns, there is also optimism that financial regulation can help prevent abuses and ensure that the sport remains fair and ethical. As the Middle East continues to invest in sports, it will be important to strike a balance between economic growth, athletic performance, and social responsibility.
Player salaries skyrocket as Saudi Arabia’s financial influence dominates sports industry
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