By Phil McNulty McNulty is the chief football writer for BBC Sport, reporting on the biggest matches and breaking football stories. He has covered football since the late 80s and has been BBC Sport’s Chief Football Writer since July 2000. McNulty’s article is all about the numbers. He uses data to show that ticket prices have not only been […]Read more "Price of Football: Ticket increases outstrip cost of living"
“English Football Finances – 1981 to 2011.” Soccerlens.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Apr. 2015. “How BT v Sky Cements Football’s Status Quo.” BBC Sport. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Apr. 2015. “Infographic: Premier League Clubs – Money Spent on Transfers vs Trophies Won.” SportsKeeda. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Apr. 2015. “Pocket Economist: Should Money Change How […]Read more "Bibliography"
This data was collected by username Prasannah Jagannathan for sportskeeda.com. He has created many infographics for sportskeeda and has 5.11K followers. He often posts infographics about football, especially Manchester United and Barcelona. I wanted to include this infographic for a specific reason. Most of the other sources have shown that the more money you spend, […]Read more "Transfer Fee vs. Trophies Won"
This infographic was compiled by the soccerlens reporting team from soccerlens.com. Soccerlens is a popular English reporting website that specializes in football news. Soccerlens may not have won any awards themselves, but that is only because they have the designated job if giving out the award for best football website, called a soccerlens award. They […]Read more "English Football Finances – 1981 to 2011"
Matt Slater of BBC Sport is an award winning sports reporter. He is a former internet sports journalist of the year, and has reported from the Ryder Cup, numerous Opens, two Olympics, and many cricket and football matches. Slater has been blogging on BBC since 2008 and has been a reporter since 2000. In Monopoly money: […]Read more "Monopoly money: Football’s TV war makes the rich unreachable"
Jeremy Armstrong is North-East correspondent for the Daily Mirror, a magazine in the United Kingdom, reporting on an area from Berwick, down to North Yorkshire and across to Barrow, including Northumberland, Durham, Tyne and Wear and Cumbria. Jeremy also covers sports for the Mirror, often times football. In his article, Armstrong talks about how German […]Read more "Volksfutbol! How German football stays a true game of the people – with £9 tickets!"
By Jim Tankersley Jim Tankersley is now the economics correspondent to the National Journal, but when this article was written he worked for the Washington Post. In 2007 he won the Livingston Award for Young Journalists for his “Business as Usual” series of stories revealing the true roots of Ohio’s economic decline. He was also part […]Read more "Pocket Economist: Should money change how I watch soccer?"