Tag Archives: Football

Another one bites the dust: Are football clubs playing the game when it comes to employee contracts?

Posted by on Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Despite being regarded by all commentators as a nice man and by most as a good football manager, Roy Hodgson’s departure from Liverpool ‘by mutual consent’ is the third Premier League manager to leave his job in the current season –which is only just over half way finished!  This, together with the constant press coverage… Read More »

Football clubs: stop chasing an unaffordable dream

Posted by on Friday, December 3, 2010

As Sheffield Wednesday is the latest club to hit financial problems, football money expert Brendan Guilfoyle of The P&A Group, told Channel 4 News that major clubs are paying a heavy price for an unrealistic dream.  1.      What is the difference between Administration and Liquidation? Administration was introduced in the 1980s to promote a “rescue… Read More »

Triesman and Duchess of York: careless talk cost them their privacy

Posted by on Tuesday, May 25, 2010

What do Lord Triesman and the Duchess of York have in common?  There may be several things, but the obvious one is their embarrassment at having been caught on tape saying things which, when released into the public arena, cause them damage. Lord Triesman felt compelled to resign as Chairman of the Football Association last… Read More »

It’s time for football to be regulated properly

Posted by on Wednesday, January 20, 2010

I was looking through the football results at home last weekend and found yet more reference to the shocking number of European countries that now look to be involved in football match-fixing. While the UK is not implicated, it did make me think that this should be a wake-up call to look at how the… Read More »