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The future of football : challenges for the twenty-first century
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  • Magasin Rbb.7
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  • The future of football : challenges for the twenty-first century
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  • F. Cass, London : 2000
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  • xiv, 238 s : ill.
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  • 17,
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  • "This group of studies first appeared as a special issue of Soccer and society (ISSN 1466-0970), Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 2000"--T.p. verso
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  • Soccer and society
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  • 0-7146-5068-4 (inb.)
  • 0-7146-8117-2 (hft.)
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World football has undergone unprecedented change over the past decade. On the field, the richest European clubs have retained their pre-eminence, but with multinational playing squads backed up by global marketing industries. Club ownership rests increasingly with impersonal shareholders, rather than local business figures. Domestic and international football competitions are being transformed by the financial power of the mass media. The world's top players are paid far more than their peers from previous eras. This volume covers a wide range of topical issues which football players, fans and administrators will have to confront in the years to come.

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