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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Third Party Investment Update: Players Can Own their Transfer Rights

By Daniel Geey and Alex Harvey Introduction It was a pleasure to talk alongside Nick De Marco recently at the RFEF FIFA Legal Congress in Madrid. We discussed the current state of play regarding Third Party Investment (TPI), particularly bearing in mind the recent TPI amendment to the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer […]

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Football Broadcasting Deals Across the Top 5 European Leagues

By Daniel Geey and Alex Harvey The excellent Swiss Ramble wrote a fascinating twitter thread comparing broadcasting revenues in the 2018/19 season across the top leagues in England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. I would highly recommend reading the thread in detail. As with a previous thread that the Swiss Ramble wrote on EPL broadcasting […]

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How did Dybala’s image rights affect his proposed transfer to Tottenham?

This piece was first published by the excellent Goal.com here Getting a deal over the line can be complicated at the best of times but complications over marketing opportunities can make things even worse It has been reported over the last few days that Paulo Dybala’s transfer to Tottenham hit choppy waters and ultimately collapsed […]

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