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.

  1. Football Amortisation: Chelsea’s large Luiz Profit
  2. The FIFA Suarez Ban Explained
  3. My Top Ten Tips to Understand Third Party Investment
  4. The Premier League Wage Cap: A well Kept Secret?
  5. Buy-Out and Release Clauses in Football Contracts: The Basics
  6. Suarez, Barcelona and Liverpool’s Potential £70+ Transfer Profit
  7. The Curious Case of the Liverpool Everton Derby Fixture
  8. The Six Second Vine, Football Broadcasting and the Premier League
  9. UEFA and its Amended Home-Grown Player Rule 
  10. UEFA’s New Financial Fair Play Settlement Provisions

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