EUROPE: Brewers' sponsorship helps drive economy - football chief

By Andy Morton | 26 November 2012

The head of Europe's professional football leagues has warned that moves to keep brewers out of sports sponsorship would be "a step in the wrong direction".

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The head of Europe's professional football leagues has warned that moves to keep brewers out of sports sponsorship would be "a step in the wrong direction".

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