Has non-league sold its soul?

IN RECENT years, non-league football has promoted itself as “real” and the game for local communities. Some clubs have embraced causes, have lent their hand to political movements and have championed inclusiveness. In particular, the drive to build the next generation of fans – a vitally important element given the audience of this level of the game – has rightly placed emphasis on youth development, … Continue reading Has non-league sold its soul?

Has non-league sold its soul?

IN RECENT years, non-league football has promoted itself as “real” and the game for local communities. Some clubs have embraced causes, have lent their hand to political movements and have championed inclusiveness. In particular, the drive to build the next generation of fans – a vitally important element given the audience of this level of the game – has rightly placed emphasis on youth development, … Continue reading Has non-league sold its soul?

Football Media Watch: You bet it’s a problem

THE gambling industry has money to burn and companies from the sector are keen to exert their influence on football. Game of the People receives invitations every week to advertise or plant content from betting companies from every corner of the world. We refuse any offers of taking marketing copy for the site as we are opposed on moral grounds. However, professional football in Britain … Continue reading Football Media Watch: You bet it’s a problem