There are benefits and risks attached to big money moves.
The lack of a system to support youth development is just one reason why Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda have produced few top footballers.
Player wages and transfer fees make the headlines, but the wealth generated by the Premier League has also been spent behind the scenes.
Social media calls for a boycott of the club’s upcoming match against Liverpool seem to mostly becoming from outside the UK.
One in 14 Premier League footballers receives online abuse every day.
The Caf African Player of the Year is named on 21 July – but it’s only one of eight trophies being handed out.
The deadline for formal bids to buy Chelsea FC is March 18. Expect some very rich US businessmen to be in the running.
A fair copyright law should protect creative works in the face of fast changing technologies.
The fan-led review into the English leagues could be a game changer.
Running a successful club requires more than money. But the money certainly helps.
Big names, big gains?
A great ambience requires cooperation and planning according to new research.
Everyone seems united against the new proposals, but can they really be stopped?
Diversification into related businesses can provide a firmer financial footing.
To thrive commercially, sports teams need competition. Multiple leagues is the best way to achieve this.
He’ll never walk alone.
English football has woven itself into the lives of Ghanaian fans with a smart strategy.
Since 2005 there has been a dramatic increase in gambling sponsorship of sport in the UK, prompting critics to call time on self-regulation in the industry.
The English Football League has no formal obligation to fans, even though its entire existence depends on them.
Clubs are more wary about buying and selling.