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  1. Financial Doping in the English Premier League.Hywel Iorwerth, Paul Tomkins & Graham Riley - 2018 - Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 12 (3):272-291.
    Whilst the relationship between money and success in elite sport is acknowledged, the exact nature, extent and implications of this relationship is one that has not been carefully examined. In this paper, we have three main aims. Firstly, to provide empirical evidence of the extent that money buys success in the English Premier League. Secondly, to evaluate this evidence from a sports ethics perspective, and finally, to discuss potential solutions to the problem. We argue that the evident performance advantage teams (...)
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  • On the Concept of Fair Competition Prevalent in Today’s European Soccer Leagues.Tamba Nlandu - 2018 - Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 12 (2):162-176.
    The notion of competition depicted in sport literature appears to be inconsistent with the goals of current European soccer competitions. This paper examines two misconceptions of fair competition which are prevalent in these competitions. First, it aims at refuting the view that professional soccer only requires some basic equality of chances beyond the differences in players’ skills and managers’ knowledge of game strategy. In other words, it refutes the view that professional soccer only demands a notion of fair competition understood (...)
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