Portuguese league with the best world balance in the transfer market. Watch the 'Economic Game'

Follow the “Jogo Económico” on the website and social media of Jornal Económico but also on the channel “A Bola TV”. And review it through the JE TV multimedia platform.

The Portuguese League achieved the best balance in the transfer market, with a total of 106,99 million, among the main world leagues. The main Portuguese League achieved sales worth 252,72 million euros and spent 145,75 million, according to data from the 'Transfermarkt'.

In the second part of this program, the focus is on the elections at SL Benfica to understand what the most popular election act in the last 17 years will look like in Luz.

Never before has any president been at the head of SL Benfica's destiny for the first time and for the first time in 17 years of almost undisputed leadership, Luís Filipe Vieira will face several candidates in the elections of the 'incarnates' that will take place on October 30. As would be expected, João Noronha Lopes, Rui Gomes da Silva and Bruno Costa Carvalho have directed a lot of criticism to the management of the current leader of the 'eagles' and promise another direction for SL Benfica in several aspects.

O programa ‘Jogo Económico’ é um espaço de debate sobre a economia do desporto da autoria e com a moderação de José Carlos Lourinho, editor do “Jornal Económico” e que conta com um painel de residente constituído por Shrikesh Laxmidas, diretor-adjunto do JE, Leonardo Ralha, sub-diretor do JE, o jornalista João Marcelino e o economista e ex-futebolista Diogo Luís.

Edição desta semana vai para o ar esta sexta-feira a partir das 19h00 no site e nas redes sociais do JE e no canal “A Bola TV”.


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