Raheem Sterling, the England and Manchester City footballer, today joined the FT's Business of Sport US Summit. In a wide-ranging interview on his life and career with FT sports editor Murad Ahmed, he discussed his leading role in the England national team during this summer’s European Championships, the racist abuse faced by black English players and his club future.
The FT Live summit featured a transatlantic group of influential speakers who gave insights into the global sports business, the most lucrative dealmaking opportunities and the disruptive forces present across the industry.
Sessions were moderated by FT journalists including Murad Ahmed, sports editor, Matthew Garrahan, news editor, Sara Germano, US sports business correspondent, Arash Massoudi, corporate finance and deals editor, James Fontanella-Khan, US corporate finance and deals editor, Alice Hancock, leisure industries reporter, Anna Nicolaou, US media correspondent, and Sujeet Indap, US lex editor.
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