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  6. Just do it... ... either for fun or for money

  7. Football • England, 19th century • Popular sport • World Cup 1938 • European Competitions • Champions’ Cup (1955-1956) • Champions’ League (1991-1992) • Cup Winners’ Cup (1960-1961 / 1998-1999) • UEFA Cup (1957-1958)

  8. The Champions’ League • 1991 • Champions’ Cup lost spectators • Super competition • Leading clubs in Europe • Real Madrid • AC Milan • Manchester United • …

  9. The Business • Football and entertainment • Television • Commercials • Sponsoring • Competition sponsors • Shirt sponsors • Players’ contracts

  10. Special market relations • Common business • Competition • Monopoly • Sports business • Competition • Opponents • Special situation

  11. Different parties involved • Players • Clubs • Leagues • Public

  12. Problems • Financial troubles • Supporters staying away from the stadium • Transfer policies

  13. Ambiguous laws Illegal transfer system « Large » amounts of money Abuse of the system The Bosman case Need for a new (international) tranfer policy Old transfer policy

  14. Young players protected Time limits Limited transferperiods Financial measures Financial compensation National courts New transfer policy

  15. ome facts…

  16. 67.5 million € 5 million € 2.5 million € Luis Figo (Real Madrid)

  17. David Beckham (Man Utd) Barcelona or Manchester? 8.5 million €

  18. David Beckham

  19. Nicolas Anelka From Arsenal to Real for 25 million €

  20. Rio Ferdinand Leeds Utd 28.5 million €

  21. Nike andMan Utd 525 million €

  22. Chairman Sergio Cragnotti 100 million €

  23. The end

  24. Pure football. Pure hope. FIFA (the Governing Body of Football) and UNICEF (the United Nations Children's Fund) have joined efforts to promote the Convention of the Rights of the Child. These efforts will result in increased international attention for children's rights in media everywhere.