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HOW COULD THE RISING PREMIER LEAGUE BROADCASTING REVENUE IMPACT CLUBS’ COMPLIANCE WITH FINANCIAL FAIR PLAY?

[author] [author_image timthumb=’on’][/author_image] [author_info]Guest blog written by Paul Shapiro. Paul is an Associate in the Commercial team at Charles Russell Speechlys and is a member of the firm’s Sports Group. Paul advises on a wide range of commercial and regulatory matters in the sports industry, with particular experience in sponsorship, merchandising and licensing along with football […]

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Sports brands should not take things for granted

In some instances, you experience that sports brands take on an overconfident attitude in their interactions with their surroundings in the sense that they take for granted that fans and other stakeholders will love them no matter what. Just as we know it from customer relationship management within the context of general business management and […]

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Football players are social media stars with an ability to generate eyeballs and money

In the contemporary commercial football industry, the identities of football fans tend to have a tribal nature in which certain behavioral fan patterns highlight the celebrated stardom of professional football players. Last week, I wrote a post (see here) about whether or not sports sponsors have a responsibility for the creation of enhanced fan experiences. […]

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What factors are most important when building brand value in football?

Photo: FC Bayern Munich’s brand value 2014 (source: Brand Finance). According to a recent study from Brand Finance, FC Bayern Munich still comes out as the no. 1 ‘football brand’ measured on brand value in 2014. The switch from Juup Heynckes to Pep Guardiola has been rather smooth for the German powerhouse and Guardiola has […]

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