Top Ten Shared Blogs of 2014
As 2014 comes to an end, I set out my top ten blogs of 2014. Many thanks for reading the blogs and for sharing them.
- Football Amortisation: Chelsea’s large Luiz Profit
- The FIFA Suarez Ban Explained
- My Top Ten Tips to Understand Third Party Investment
- The Premier League Wage Cap: A well Kept Secret?
- Buy-Out and Release Clauses in Football Contracts: The Basics
- Suarez, Barcelona and Liverpool’s Potential £70+ Transfer Profit
- The Curious Case of the Liverpool Everton Derby Fixture
- The Six Second Vine, Football Broadcasting and the Premier League
- UEFA and its Amended Home-Grown Player Rule
- UEFA’s New Financial Fair Play Settlement Provisions
What a No-Deal Brexit may mean for Future Football Transfer Windows
By Judith McMinn, Owen Jones and Daniel Geey Introduction Halloween is likely to be upon us sooner than we think and with it comes the very real prospect of crashing out of the EU without a deal. The authors appreciate that the broader and more critical issues of the Irish border, food shortages, medical supply […]
Premier League Club Broadcasting Monies: The Key Numbers
I had the pleasure of spending some time looking through a number of incredibly impressive and illuminating Swiss Ramble Twitter threads detailing past, present and (projected) future Premier League (EPL) and Champions League (UCL) broadcasting revenue figures. There was some fascinating detail and I wanted to highlight some of the significant numbers involved. £9.2bn: This […]
The Changing Game: Done Deal Extract
This is the introduction extract from my football industry book Done Deal. How we consume football has changed dramatically over the years. When I was growing up in the 1980s, watching live football was a novelty. Only the occasional game was broadcast on television and, in contrast to today, few column inches were devoted to […]
An Insider's Guide to Football Contracts, Multi-Million Pound Transfers and Premier League Big Business Insightful, enlightening and thought-provoking, leading Premier League lawyer Daniel Geey lifts the lid on the inner workings of modern football.
Whether it is a manager being sacked, the signing of a new star player, television rights negotiations, player misconduct or multi-million-pound club takeovers, lawyers remain at the heart of all football business dealings. Written by leading Premier League lawyer Daniel Geey, who has dealt with all these incidents first hand, this highly accessible book explores the issues – from pitch to boardroom – that shape the modern game and how these impact leagues, clubs, players and fans.Buy Book