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A response to the question that critically considers the self-regulatory sporting rules and the impact of the same on the UK Domestic Laws, The ECJ jurisprudence and the inpact of the EC White Paper on Sport: written by Football Agents and Sports Lawyers: Conclusion It is argued that money in football has been centralised on a few top PL clubs,94 with the majority of smaller clubs run by... Read more
A response to the question that critically considers the self-regulatory sporting rules and the impact of the same on the UK Domestic Laws, The ECJ jurisprudence and the inpact of the EC White Paper on Sport: written by Football Agents and Sports Lawyers: 3. Directors Test (formerly "the fit and proper person" test) The self-regulatory rules of the Domestic Regulators discussed above are... Read more
A response to the question that critically considers the self-regulatory sporting rules and the impact of the same on the UK Domestic Laws, The ECJ jurisprudence and the inpact of the EC White Paper on Sport: written by Football Agents and Sports Lawyers: Financial Administration — the UK examples The following analysis of specific examples are taken from the English football leagues that... Read more
A response to the question that critically considers the self-regulatory sporting rules and the impact of the same on the UK Domestic Laws, The ECJ jurisprudence and the inpact of the EC White Paper on Sport: written by Football Agents and Sports Lawyers: 2. Administration /Further implications of FFPR The concerted campaign mounted by UEFA to ensure that all of its member clubs have their... Read more
A response to the question that critically considers the self-regulatory sporting rules and the impact of the same on the UK Domestic Laws, The ECJ jurisprudence and the inpact of the EC White Paper on Sport: written by Football Agents and Sports Lawyers: UEFA club licensing (Overview) UEFA control over all aspects of club licensing is virtually absolute. An individual club applicant must... Read more
A response to the question that critically considers the self-regulatory sporting rules and the impact of the same on the UK Domestic Laws, The ECJ jurisprudence and the inpact of the EC White Paper on Sport: written by Football Agents and Sports Lawyers: 1. UEFA licensing UEFA is the most powerful European sport self-regulating body. The UEFA history is marked by its evolution from a... Read more
A response to the question that critically considers the self-regulatory sporting rules and the impact of the same on the UK Domestic Laws, The ECJ jurisprudence and the inpact of the EC White Paper on Sport: written by Football Agents and Sports Lawyers: Introduction In its preamble The EC 'White Paper on Sport' (White Paper)1 is the unquestioned "social and economic phenomenon which makes an... Read more
Roy Hodgson has confirmed his 24 man squad that will participate in Englands remaining two world cup qualifiers. Roy has recalled several big names that have been missing from previous games due to injury. The England squad has been strengthened by the arrival of Wayne Rooney and Daniel Sturridge who have both been previously missing due to injury. England Manager Roy Hodgson has also... Read more
Football League clubs spent less on agents' fees last season - with seven teams spending nothing at all. Agents received a total of £21.5m from clubs during 2012-13, £170,000 down on the previous campaign. For further information please visit BBC article on football agent fees. Read more
Recovery Runs Key points # Anticipation, spotting dange # Explosive Speed # Angle of the run # Technique # Decision making # Team work Technique (unopposed) A race situation which covers the basics of recovery runs. Used in a Defending situation where Defenders are outnumbered or are likely to be outnumbered. The illustration depicts two Teams. Team 1 and team 2 has to make a forward run to the... Read more
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