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Issue Twenty Eight | Brexit

Market Forces

Laurie Shaw

What will the practical impications of Brexit be for the Premier League and transfers?

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Issue Twenty Eight | Pastures New

The Investors Who Never Were

Sean Cole

Sven-Goran Eriksson, Sol Campbell and the missing millions of Notts County

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Issue Twenty Seven | Pastures New

The Uneasy Trade

Tim Gosling

Chinese investment in Slavia Prague is forcing fans to consider what really matters

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Issue Nineteen | Memories

The Stench of the White Elephants

Jamil Chade

Only now is the full scale of the corruption that surrounded the Brazil World Cup beginning to emerge.

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Issue Eighteen | Polemics

The Subscription Model

Tsjalle can der Burg

Does putting football on pay television really make economic sense?

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Issue Nine | The North

City and the City

David Conn

What does Sheikh Mansour's investment mean for the city of Manchester?

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Issue Eight | Fans

Paying the Price

Craig Anderson

Rangers' administration and relegation were about far more than a club that couldn't pay its debts

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Issue Eight | Polemics

Financial Fair Play?

Steve Menary

How Champions League revenues can devastate competition in Europe's smaller leagues

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Issue Seven | Polemics

In Arsène We Trust

Zach Slaton

However frustrating this season, the numbers suggest Arsenal would be worse off without Arsène Wenger

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Issue Seven | Polemics

The Third Party

Sergio Levinsky

A tax avoidance scandal in Argentina could have ramifications across the globe

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Issue Three | New Beginnings

A Crisis of Legitimacy

Brian Oliver

Kenyan clubs are leading the fight against corruption in their football association

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Issue Three | Polemics

What's a Vote Worth?

Steve Menary

How Fifa's attempts to devolve power from the executive committee could be a bribers' charter

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Issue Two | Back From the Brink

Football to Remember

Uli Hesse

How Borussia Dortmund returned from the verge of extinction to win the Bundesliga title

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Issue One | Polemics

The Pillars of the Earth

Simon Kuper

Could it be that the Premier League boom has only just begun?

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Issue One | Polemics

Worlds Apart

Kieron O'Connor

When Iker Casillas raised the World Cup trophy in Johannesburg's Soccer City last July, everyone congratulated Spain on...

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Issue Zero | Polemics

How the Champions League is Selling European Football Short

Ouriel Daskal

Could it be that the commercialisation of the Champions League has not gone far enough?

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Issue Zero | Polemics

Dessert Comes at the End

Raphael Honigstein

Football's administrators must beware killing the golden goose

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