The Football Market: Governance and Sporting Success of Top20 Football Clubs
AbstractThe main aim of this paper concern the relationship between sporting success and economic variables. The issue of sporting success is not simply an aspect that is linked to the epic and immeasurable size of a sporting talent, which nevertheless still remains an inescapable element to success, but it must take its place alongside other issues such as the governance of clubs, investments, the system of regulations, the structure of a clubâ€™s costs and profits. Sporting success therefore presents itself with a collective connotation and contributes to the increase of a teamâ€™s long term value.
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