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Commentary on the management of over 160 English football clubs by Dr John Beech, winner of the FSF Writer of the Year Award 2009/10 Twitter: @JohnBeech Curator of Scoop.it! Football Finance

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Oldham (v. Spurs?!)

Posted on November 10, 2009

When I blogged on Parallel Realities and Worcester City recently, contrasting the board’s full-blown optimism in pursuing a new stadium with the harsh reality of the club’s financial situation, I cited other examples – Portsmouth, Southend and, most notably, Darlington.  I might also have cited the case of Oldham, a particularly interesting case, as it […]

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Italy’s new ‘Premier League’

Posted on August 27, 2009

The BBC has reported under the headline Serie A to form breakaway league that “Serie A is set to copy the formation of England’s Premier League“, to be known as Lega Calcio Serie A (1). Before looking at a rather important detail that the BBC omits, it is worth looking at whether the formation of […]

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Double blow for Charlton

Posted on April 19, 2009

Charlton Athletic have been relegated (1). This further relegation for a club which was in the Premier League as recently as 2007 places then in the company of Barnsley, Bradford City, Leicester, Leeds, Manchester City, Nottingham Forest, Oldham Athletic, Queens Park Rangers, Sheffield Wednesday, Swindon and Wimbledon. Southampton are currently candidates for inclusion on the […]

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