My Top Ten Football Law Blogs of 2013

Maradona 7As we approach the end of 2013, I thought that I would share with you a selection of my 2013 blogs all in one convenient place.

1.  FFP: My Top Ten Tips for understanding UEFA Financial Fair Play here

2.  FFP: Malaga, its Overdue Debts & UEFA Financial Fair Play here

3.  TPI: UEFA’s Aim to Prohibit Third Party Ownership in Football here

4. Broadcasting: YouTube Sports Broadcasting Lecture here

5.  FFP: My Top Ten Tips for Understanding Football League Financial Fair Play here

6.  Broadcasting: BT Go Sky High here

7.  Regulations: The Foreigner Debate: Is the Home-Grown Player Rule Fit for Purpose? here

8. Regulations: Premier League Cost Control and Sustainability Provisions Published here

9.  Broadcasting: My Top Five Premier League Broadcasting Developments here 

10. FFP: Will Clubs be Banned for not Breaking-Even? A Review of Recent FFP Cases here

 

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