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The Legacy of Bosman : Revisiting the Relationship Between EU Law and Sport

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The Legacy of Bosman : Revisiting the Relationship Between EU Law and Sport
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The Legacy of Bosman
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Revisiting the Relationship Between EU Law and Sport
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The Legacy of Bosman : Revisiting the Relationship Between EU Law and Sport
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  • Series Information -- Foreword -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction -- Abstract -- 1.1 Re-reading Bosman: From Deregulation to Democratization -- 1.1.1 The Deregulatory Myth -- 1.1.2 The 'Counter-Democratic' Function of Bosman -- 1.2 The Structure of This Book -- References -- 2 He Was not Alone: Bosman in{u202F}Context -- Abstract -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 The Transfer System and{u202F}Nationality Quotas: A Governance Problem -- 2.2.1 The Transfer System -- 2.2.2 Nationality Quotas -- 2.2.3 Low Political Visibility -- 2.3 Football, from{u202F}Entertainment to{u202F}Industry -- 2.3.1 'Post-modern' Football -- 2.3.2 From European Cup to{u202F}Champions League: The Arrival of{u202F}'Sportainment' -- 2.4 The Political Context and{u202F}the Ability of{u202F}Luc Misson -- 2.4.1 Increased Hostility in{u202F}Brussels -- 2.4.2 The Importance of{u202F}the Legal Team Behind Jean-Marc Bosman -- 2.5 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Bosman: A Legacy Beyond Sports -- Abstract -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Measuring Bosman's Importance-An Exceptional Case -- 3.2.1 The Starting Point-A Fickle Court -- 3.2.2 Indegree Centrality -- 3.2.3 Casting a Wider Net-PageRank and{u202F}Betweenness Centrality -- 3.3 The Many Sides of{u202F}Bosman -- 3.3.1 Introduction -- 3.3.2 The Relationship Between the CJEU and{u202F}National Courts -- 3.3.3 Fundamental Freedoms and{u202F}Private Entities -- 3.3.4 Obstacles and{u202F}Justifications -- 3.3.5 Temporal Effects of{u202F}CJEU Judgments -- 3.3.6 Summary and{u202F}Conclusions -- 3.4 Explaining the Importance of{u202F}Bosman-New Law or Good Law? -- 3.4.1 Introduction -- 3.4.2 Placing Bosman in{u202F}the Context of{u202F}CJEU Case Law -- 3.4.3 The Building Blocks of{u202F}Bosman -- 3.4.4 Bosman as{u202F}Good Law -- References -- 4 Nationality Based Playing Quotas and{u202F}the International Transfer System Post-Bosman -- Abstract -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The FIFA International Transfer Rules and{u202F}Freedom of{u202F}Movement
  • 4.3 The FIFA Rules in{u202F}Practice -- 4.4 Nationality Quotas and{u202F}Bosman -- 4.5 Nationality Quotas Post-Bosman -- 4.6 Why Are Quotas Back on{u202F}the Agenda? -- 4.7 FIFA 6{u202F}+{u202F}5 Rule -- 4.8 Home-Grown Player Rule -- 4.9 Alternative Sporting Measures -- 4.10 Similar Rules in{u202F}Other Sports -- 4.11 The Regulatory Future -- 4.12 Conclusions -- References -- 5 The FIFA Regulations on{u202F}the Status and{u202F}Transfer of{u202F}Players: Transnational Law-Making in{u202F}the Shadow of{u202F}Bosman -- Abstract -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The Impact of{u202F}Bosman on{u202F}the Transfer System -- 5.2.1 The Transfer System in{u202F}the Bosman Ruling -- 5.2.2 The Transfer System in{u202F}the AG's Opinion -- 5.3 Transnational Law-Making in{u202F}the Shadow of{u202F}EU Competition Law: The 2001 Agreement Between UEFA, FIFA and{u202F}the Commission -- 5.3.1 The Commission's Crusade Against FIFA's RSTP -- 5.3.2 Legislating in{u202F}the Shadow of{u202F}EU Competition Law: Towards the 2001 Agreement -- 5.3.3 The Negotiation -- 5.3.4 The Agreement -- 5.4 The FIFA RSTP's Successful Autonomous Afterlife -- 5.4.1 The Autonomous Judicial System -- 5.4.2 The Autonomous Normative System -- 5.4.3 The Autonomous Enforcement System -- 5.5 Conclusion: The Long Shadow of{u202F}Bosman and{u202F}the Future of{u202F}the FIFA RSTP -- References -- 6 EU Competition Law and Organisational Rules -- Abstract -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Sporting Rules in Internal Market Jurisprudence -- 6.2.1 Purely Sporting Rules: Walrave [1974] and Donà [1976] -- 6.2.2 Objectively Justified Rules: Bosman [1995], Lehtonen [2000], and Bernard [2010] -- 6.2.3 Inherent Rules: Deliège [2000] -- 6.2.4 Final Remarks -- 6.3 Applicability of Articles 101 and 102 TFEU in the Sporting Sector -- 6.4 Exceptions Under Articles 101 and 102 TFEU -- 6.4.1 Economic Efficiency Defence Under Articles 101(3) and 102 TFEU -- 6.4.2 Regulatory Ancillarity -- 6.5 Commission Investigation in FIA [2001] and Court's Decision in MOTOE [2008]
  • 6.6 Commission Decisions in Mouscron [1999] and ENIC [2002] -- 6.7 Meca-Medina [2006]: The Ultimate Test for Regulatory Rules in Sport -- 6.7.1 Factual Background -- 6.7.2 Judgment of the Court: Scope of the Treaty -- 6.7.3 Judgment of the Court: The Test -- 6.7.4 Final Remarks -- 6.8 Annex I Framework for Analysis of Organisational Rules in Sport -- 6.8.1 General Structure -- 6.8.2 Organisational Rules not Likely to Infringe Articles 101 and 102 TFEU -- 6.8.3 Organisational Rules that May Infringe Articles 101 and 102 TFEU -- 6.8.4 Comment -- References -- 7 EU Control of State Aid to Professional Sport: Why Now? -- Abstract -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 EU State Aid Policy-Making -- 7.2.1 The Treaty State Aid Rules -- 7.2.2 The Development of the State Aid Regime and Compliance -- 7.2.2.1 Towards a Rule-Based System -- 7.2.2.2 From Mature Soft Law to Hard Law -- 7.2.3 The Articulation of Sector-Specific Rules: The Example of the Film and Audiovisual Sector -- 7.3 State Aid to Sports Infrastructure -- 7.3.1 Phase 1: Football Stadiums as 'Public Service' Infrastructures -- 7.3.2 Phase 2: Commission Decisional Practice After LeipzigHalle -- 7.4 State Aid to Professional Football Clubs -- 7.4.1 Before 2013: Implicit Tolerance of Non-compliance with the Notification Obligation -- 7.4.2 The 2013 Formal Investigations -- 7.4.2.1 The 2012 Information-Gathering Exercise -- 7.4.2.2 Case Law on the Handling of Complaints -- 7.4.2.3 The European Ombudsman -- 7.5 Conclusions -- References -- 8 The European Social Dialogue: A New Mode of Governance for European Football? -- Abstract -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Labour Disputes in Sport: Application of EU Law -- 8.3 The European Social Dialogue -- 8.4 The Road to Social Dialogue in European Professional Football -- 8.5 The Social Dialogue Committee for European Professional Football
  • 8.6 Social Dialogue as a Forum for Reforming the Football Regulations -- 8.6.1 Contract Stability -- 8.6.2 Training Compensation -- 8.6.3 Other Potential Topics -- 8.7 Conclusions and Assessment -- References -- 9 Governing in the Shadow of Bosman: A Principal-Agent Perspective on Sports Governance and the EU -- Abstract -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 The Principal-Agent Framework -- 9.3 The Commission and the CJEU as Principals for SGBs -- 9.3.1 Conflicting Preferences -- 9.3.2 Information Asymmetries -- 9.4 The EU's Options for Controlling SGBs -- 9.4.1 The EU Law Route -- 9.4.1.1 Sanctioning -- 9.4.1.2 Monitoring -- 9.4.1.3 Steering -- 9.4.2 The EU Sports Policy Route -- 9.4.2.1 Sanctioning -- 9.4.2.2 Monitoring -- 9.4.2.3 Steering -- 9.5 The Shadow of Bosman -- 9.5.1 Market Size and Relevance -- 9.5.2 Regulatory Capacity -- 9.5.3 Internal Cohesiveness -- 9.6 Decreasing the Shadow of Bosman -- 9.6.1 Manipulating the Preferences of the Commission, the Parliament and the Member States -- 9.6.2 Influencing the Preferences of Stakeholders -- 9.7 Conclusions -- References -- 10 The Lex Sportiva and EU Law: The Academic Lawyer's Path Before and After Bosman -- Abstract -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Before Bosman: The Case(S) for Sporting Autonomy -- 10.3 The Quiet Life of the Academic Sports Lawyer Before Bosman -- 10.4 Bosman Changed Everything! (Well, Almost) -- 10.5 Beyond Bosman -- References
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