This week's football industry round up features a power play in Facebook’s broadcasting ambitions, a team Szczesny vs team El Shaarawy FIFA match, a potentially record breaking kit deal and the arrival of Wolverwayne Rooney!
This week’s edition features an exciting UCL content partnership, a rather audacious Manchester City fan, Steve McLaren’s hair dryer and some red faces on both sides of Manchester… Enjoy!
Soccerex are honoured to announce that Eddie Jones, the record breaking Head Coach of the England rugby team, will be speaking at the upcoming Global Convention 2017, Manchester, 4-6 September. Eddie will be adding his expert insight and sharing his thoughts as part of a packed conference programme, calling on his many years of experience coaching within the world of international rugby.
Prime Time Sport have released their winter Transfer Review, supported by Soccerex, with LaLiga and the Premier League the main talking points. Taking an in depth look into the financial behaviours of each major European league, the review calculates the amount leagues and clubs have spent during the January window, as well as establishing trends in the market.
Carole Thate, General Manager at The World of Johan Cruyff
Soccerex are proud to announce a partnership with Cruyff Football, the organisation set up to guard, further develop and spread the great Johan Cruyff’s football legacy, for the Global Convention in Manchester, 4-6 September.
This week’s edition features the latest in Virtual Reality in the Premier League, Jim White's yellow tie on Twitter as well as an embarrassing marketing blunder for Spurs. Enjoy!
Soccerex are delighted to launch the Conference Concept for the Soccerex Asian Forum, Qatar, 4th-5th December. The Forum will tackle a wide range of topics from regional topics such as delivering major events, commercial growth and performance.
Soccerex are proud to announce that Facebook will be participating at both the Global Convention in Manchester, 4-6 September, and the Asian Forum in Doha, 4-5 December.
In the late 1990´s and early 2000´s, floating themselves on the stock market in order to raise capital seemed to be the preferred move for many football clubs, especially in the UK. In this article, KPMG´s Football Benchmark, Soccerex's content partners, analyse the stock market performance of listed football clubs from seven countries (France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Turkey and the UK) for the 2016 calendar year.
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Data and insightful independent analysis on variables that influence squad designs and player transfers at main European Clubs.
With the increasing value being attributed to young players, this report provides insight into the hottest prospects on the market.