FootBubble The Premiership Football Crash of 2010 . This book investigates the worst possible outcome of a FootBubble imploding - a Premiership football crash in the year 2010,with many potential, yet avoidable, opportunities between now and 2010 for football to self-destruct- in the hope that enough common sense prevails to ensure the doomsday scenario is avoided. The assumed wisdom is that FA Premierships future is of unlimited cash generation. That assumption is built on a number of factors: *The FA Premiership League will remain the world s most exciting . *Fans will continue to pay increasing ticket prices. *New stadia will increase match day attendances. *Players wages will not inflate dangerously. *Regulatory bodies will not instigate anti market rules. *Football will always be attractive to business for sponsorship and corporate entertainment. *All the new incoming Club owners are fit and responsible people. *TV money will never reduce. *Football is recession proof. FootBubble is the season, which historians will regard as the blackest in football history; attendances below the black days of the 1980 s, England failing to qualify for tournaments and established Premiership teams going into administration and even ceasing to exist. The book concludes with the potential aftershocks for the top tier of English football after the FootBubble has popped. Will your team survive FootBubble?Biografía del autor:
About the Author Martin Westby is a full time writer who has written regular articles for newspapers and magazines, produced a book about Croatia and edits a monthly magazine. He runs a website dedicated to the vintage football magazine, Charles Buchans Football Monthly . The magazine ran from 1951 till 1974 and at its peak it boasted a circulation of 130,000 per month. A lifelong football fan of his home team and England, he attends as many matches as his workload and wallet allows. He is more a practicing cynic than a practicing psychic so his predictions should be viewed as metaphors rather than as specific outcomes. If this book does turn out to be completely accurate he will quit his writing career to concentrate on stock market speculation! When asked if he had to choose between his team winning the FA Cup or spending two seasons in the Premiership, he chose the Premiership option but if the season in the Premiership were only to last one season prior to a messy relegation, he would rather have the FA Cup win. Clearly at heart Martin is a football traditionalist but has a price at which he can be bought!
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Descripción Footbubble, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Very Good. Footbubble: The Premiership Football Crash of 2010 This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied. See all our books here, order more than 1 book and get discounted shipping. . Nº de ref. de la librería 7719-9780955637803