FOOTBALL is an industry awash with cash, but as economists and analysts continue to speculate about the possibility of a downturn in 2020, how will clubs cope with the economic uncertainty that could compromise their financial stability? Football business news site Off the Pitch reports. If anyone wants a reminder of how a serious global recession can impact professional football, just visit Valencia in Spain and take a look at the unfinished Nou Mestalla stadium. It has sat dormant for a decade, a ghostly reminder of a crisis that brought Spain to its knees. From football’s perspective, the Premier League has enjoyed unprecedented prosperity, fuelled by broadcasting fees, mass marketing, global expansion and ever-rising wages. When the financial crisis broke, most football industry commentators…