World's Priciest Soccer Player Doesn't Mean Profit at Euro 2016By
Expanded tournament means more small nations will compete
Wales shows how that's not necessarily very lucrative
You’re an underdog who made it to the razzmatazz of soccer’s European Championships for the first time and now it’s time to make some money. Well, maybe not.
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