THE Serie A title race looks like it may be a struggle to the finish between Inter and AC Milan, the first time the San Siro duo will fight it out for the scudetto since 2010-11. Although Inter were champions … Continue reading AC Milan: There is a light that must never go out
ON THE field of play, Manchester City overtook their neighbours United almost a decade ago, but in 2020-21, they became the first Premier League outfit to earn more than the team from Old Trafford. City’s revenues for 2020-21, totalling £ … Continue reading Manchester City are back in front and back in profit
THE CHALLENGES facing top-level football continue to escalate, ranging from macro-economic to political and social concerns on a global scale. The finances of clubs and leagues are coming under considerable pressure. Just as banks, nation states and corporates sought alternative … Continue reading Football 2022: Where do we get our money from?
ANOTHER week, another Covid battering for one of Europe’s big football institutions. This time, it’s Tottenham Hotspur, who announced a pre-tax loss of £ 80.2 million for 2020-21 and an increase in their net debts of over £ 100 million. … Continue reading The losses and debts increase for Tottenham
THERE have been many books on the state of football and how the game needs to reinvent itself to meet the challenges of an uncertain future. Some are politically motivated and lack real objectivity, others suffer from the brush strokes … Continue reading Football Read Review: More than a game by Mark Gregory
WE LIVE in strange times and we have come to learn that the unexpected can happen. Who would have envisaged the world would have been thrown into chaos by a pandemic? Actually, the World Economic Forum and World Health Organisation … Continue reading Barcelona: A bad time for a football empire to end