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Marble Halls Football Finance podcast

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United Kingdom

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English


Episodes

The Deloitte Money League 2015/16 release (for 14/15 season)

4/29/2017
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Welcome to the Marble Halls TV football finance podcast. I am not a financial expert, but as a business graduate and business owner I understand the theory and practice behind these concepts. It’s as much my way of learning as it it for others. Share, like and post questions, those posted will be featured on the feed, as well as those of guests, and much more.

Duration: 00:04:31


With sleeve sponsorships being approved by the Premier League, what is their purpose?

4/26/2017
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In 16/17, the Premier League approved its clubs to have sleeve sponsorship deals. Akin to shirt sponsorships, clubs will also have an approved sleeve sponsor. Why has this come about, and what are the possible implications?

Duration: 00:05:00


When will the football bubble burst?

4/26/2017
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Will the football bubble burst? Is it likely ever to burst? We discuss these points on this ep of the podcast.

Duration: 00:04:04


What are different forms of football club ownership?

4/26/2017
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There are many wealthy owners of football clubs. However, they all have differing modus operandi in their holdings. I identify some of them, and explain why possibly they exist in the form they do.

Duration: 00:10:29


An Arsenal-featured podcast - Was the Emirates Stadium development a true hindrance to Arsenal financially?

4/26/2017
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Arsenal began the planning of the Emirates Stadium in the early 2000s. The financial costs and liabilities incurred had caused some austerity, particularly in the period between 2006 and 2013. Is this true,however? If not, then what can comprise a more accurate picture?

Duration: 00:08:38


History of the commercialisation of football

4/24/2017
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Football in contemporary times is highly commercialised. But then how has this become so?

Duration: 00:16:19