Never in the history of the Europa League has a club allowed so many goals in the Final. It’s unprecedented. Most likely this is due to the balance of power between the two opposing clubs. Yet, Arsenal managed to capitulate four goals in the span of 45 minutes. Three of those goals came within 12 […]Read More Arsenal Now Left to Ponder What Could Be
Manchester City were in the hunt for the Quadruple. The Cityzens, still in a hotly contested Premier League title race with Liverpool, are now in the FA Cup Final and won the Carabao Cup back in February. The crown jewel, however, was always the Champions League. Pep Guardiola had tasted the victory of European’s highest […]Read More Manchester City Crash out of Champions League in a Thriller
Photo Credit-Unsplash: Mitch Rosen Abstract This paper will look at the effect that higher revenue generation in the Barclays Premier League has on the potential for football clubs to overspend but at the same time increase competitiveness across the league. The paper will begin with a look back at the history of the English Premier […]Read More Analyzing the Effects of HighValued Football Clubs on Financial and Competitive Success (Originally Written April 2015)
Juergen Klopp and Pep Guardiola have breathed new life into the England’s top division, and both managers find themselves in the hunt for the Premier League as well as the Champions League. Klopp took over the manager role at Liverpool in 2015 while Guardiola joined Manchester City in 2016. Although Pep has found more success […]Read More Could the Premier League Lose its Two Best Managers?
Four English football clubs will be present in the quarter finals of the Champions League for the first time in ten years. Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester United, and Manchester City all have a chance of claiming glory among Europe’s elite clubs. For all of the money being brought in by the Premier League over the past […]Read More Now is the Time for English Football to Make Its Mark on The Champions League