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C/M/3504. Proposal. Events management in Premier League

WORDS:
1100
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper proposes to look at the UK industry of events management focusing on the management of mega sport events, i.e. football championships by Premier League. The questions, aims and objectives of the research are outlined, the methodology is described.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, Events management, Premier League, football,

 

C/P/724. Dissertation. Development of American Football in UK

WORDS:
11400
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
119.99 GBP

The dissertation examines the value of American football in the UK sporting culture. Literature is reviewed on the development of sport in the UK, the role of American football in the UK, the position of the English Sports Council (Sport England) and the British American Football Association towards the development of American football in the UK, the link between American football and cultural identity, etc. The dissertation uses the methods of secondary research and primary research conducted via surveys and interviews with leading figures in British sport. Conclusions are made about problems related to the development of American Football in the UK. The potential for improvement is considered suggesting recommendations about possible strategies that can push American football in the UK to elite levels.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, American Football, UK sport,

 

C/MD/242. Modern professional sport and its link with business and television

WORDS:
2100
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper explores the relationship between commercial interests of business organisations and professional sport. Statistics of the sport business are presented, potential financial benefits offered by sport are discussed, control of businesses over sport is acknowledged arguing the existence of commercial partnership between sport and business. The influence of television on contemporary professional sport is considered.

 

KEYWORDS: professional sport, business, television,

 

C/N/689. Proposal. Psycho-Social Anthropology of the Football Hooliganism ‘Sub-Culture'

WORDS:
2750
DATE:
2012
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

This paper presents a proposal for an anthropological study on football hooliganism. The paper begins by providing detailed background information on the origin of the term “hooliganism” and on the evolution of the sub-culture. The hypothesis for the study is “Even fans that support the same team have different political ideologies and that can cause friction between them”. The limitations for the study are detailed, and the plan for the research methodology is provided. The proposed data collection methods are detailed, and the paper then presents the anticipated results and conclusions.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, anthropological study, football hooliganism, hooliganism, political ideologies!,

 

C/M/2387. Dissertation. Brand development in Premier League

WORDS:
6150
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
69.99 GBP

The dissertation examines the strategies of brand development adopted by companies that belong to the UK Premier League. The methodology of the research is based on the collection and analysis of secondary data. Literature is reviewed on models, frameworks and theories related to the concept of brand development in the Premier League industry. The history of the Premier League and its brand evolution is reviewed in the context of overall football development in the UK. Conclusions are made about the importance of sub-brands and product lines development within the Premier League industry. The researcher’s reflection is provided on the educational value of the research.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, Brand development, Premier League, football,

 

C/B/4206. Report on the Irish Football Association's strategic plan 2007-2012

WORDS:
2250
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

This paper examines the Irish Football Association’s (IFA) strategic plan 2007-2012. The paper examines the IFA through use of a detailed SWOT analysis, and this is followed by a comparison of IFA with developments in New Zealand. Through evaluation of the analysis, the paper concludes with recommendations.

 

KEYWORDS: Irish Football Association, IFA, Strategic plan, SWOT, New Zealand!,

 

C/B/3701. Football Association: SWOT analysis and strategic management

WORDS:
2400
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper examines the work of the Football Association (FA) describing their background, conducting the company’s SWOT analysis, discussing the reasons behind the success of FA strategic management policies, and evaluating the impact of their strategy on the advancement of football in England.

 

KEYWORDS: Football Association, FA, SWOT, strategic management,

 

C/B/3196. Occupational report on the football industry

WORDS:
2550
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

This paper examines employment within the football industry from an economic perspective. The paper examines demand and supply, economic rent, endorsements, the gender gap, free trade, movement of labour, and physical demand. This is done in order to examine the nature of the football industry. An examination into key football players and their earnings is also provided.

 

KEYWORDS: Employment, football industry, demand, supply, economic rent, endorsements, the gender gap, free trade, movement of labour, physical demand,

 

C/B/2874. Business structure of Manchester United Football Club and Real Madrid Club de Futbol

WORDS:
1400
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

This paper critically evaluates the business structure of Manchester United Football Club, UK and Real Madrid Club de Futbol, Spain. The paper does this by discussing the legal structure of the clubs, along with their sources of revenue and levels of expenditure. The UEFA Club Licensing Scheme is discussed in relation to both clubs and the competition between their respective domestic leagues is discussed.

 

KEYWORDS: Business structure, Manchester United Football Club, Real Madrid de Futbol, UK, Spain, legal structure, revenue, UEFA Club Licensing Scheme,

 

C/PS/171. Dissertation. What makes British football fans faithful to their teams?

WORDS:
7650
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
79.99 GBP

A dissertation to examine the causes of football supporters’ faithfulness to their teams in the United Kingdom. The research is undertaken by the use of questionnaire and interview data questions posed to participants, to examine the main themes arising out of support for a football team. The results were analysed using a coding theme to identify the main issues involved in determining fan faithfulness. Discussion is given analysing the results obtained here in relation to prior literature of the subject area. The dissertation identifies that the findings support previous studies on fan faithfulness, in that the main factors affecting support were the influence of family and friends, and the perceived benefits in a social context of individuals’ choosing to remain faithful to their particular team.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, british football, uk football, fans, football fans, footie, teams, fan faithfulness, fan loyalty, peer pressure, family, friends, sport, social pyschology,

 

S/M/549. Dissertation. Effects of diversity on team performance in Greek professional Superleague

WORDS:
11350
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
119.99 GBP

The dissertation examines the relationship between age, national diversity, experience diversity and team performance in the Greek professional football Superleague. Literature is reviewed on the economics of team sports, diversity in sport, team performance output in professional sport, etc. A study is conducted to identify the influence of team members' characteristics on the success of the team based on the data of 80 professional football clubs' performance during the seasons from 2002/03 to 2006/07. Conclusions are made about the skills and diversity features relevant to team performance in professional football.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, Effects of diversity on team performance in Greek professional Superleague, football,

 

C/B/2281. Strategic Analysis of Manchester United

WORDS:
3350
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper examines the position of Manchester United within the Barclay’s Premier League and in the global football industry analysing their market environment, conducting PESTLE and Porter’s Five Forces analysis of the Premier League and Manchester United, and establishing strategic fit between the future growth of Manchester United and the growth of other Premier League teams.

 

KEYWORDS: Manchester United, Premier League, global football industry, PESTLE, Porter’s Five Forces, strategic fit,

 

C/B/1713. Dissertation. Impact of Current Financial Crisis on English Premier League

WORDS:
8800
DATE:
2009
PRICE:
89.99 GBP

The dissertation examines the impact of current financial crisis on the English Premier League (EPL) offering an overview of the UK professional football industry, determining EPL success factors, the factors that are currently threatening EPL, and their dependence on the British economic downturn. Literature is reviewed on the EPL background, credit crunch and the current financial situation of EPL. The research relies on secondary data obtained from Deloitte & Touche publications, KPMG Forensic sports division reports, football clubs’ annual reports and related academic studies. Conclusions are made about the implications of the financial and non-financial indicators of the company’s current performance and the extent of the credit crunch impact on EPL.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, Credit crunch, financial crisis, EPL, English Premier League, Premiership, football club,

 

S/N/244. Balance of power between football players and football clubs

WORDS:
2400
DATE:
2009
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper examines the balance of power between players and clubs within the English Premier League providing the definition and history of player power, making references to the case of Jean-Marc Bosman that opened opportunities for a club to hire any number of EU players, and discussing the consequences of that freedom of movement for both, football clubs and contemporary football markets.

 

KEYWORDS: Balance of power, football players, football clubs,

 

C/M/1016. Sports Economics

WORDS:
3000
DATE:
2009
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper addresses three questions related to sports economics examining the issues of English Premier League (EPL) football, the challenges of the London Olympics and the organized sports in North America and Europe. The paper has no reference list.

 

KEYWORDS: English Premier League, EPL, football, sports, London Olympics, Sports Economics, Nor,

 

C/M/704. Proposal. Comparative analysis of football management in Turkey, Ukraine and Azerbaijan

WORDS:
1500
DATE:
2008
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper presents a proposal to conduct comparative analysis of football management in Turkey, Ukraine and Azerbaijan discussing the history of football, revenue generating streams, funds for sports and general youth development perspectives with relation to sports in these countries. The methodology of the research and its timetable are outlined.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, Football, Soccer, Sports, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Soviet Union,

 

C/M/957. Impact of financial crisis on the English Premiership

WORDS:
700
DATE:
2008
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper examines the impacts of the current financial crisis on the English Football Premiership from the marketing perspective. The effects of the crisis on the marketing potential and brand value of the Premier League are evaluated.

 

KEYWORDS: Financial crisis, English Football Premiership, marketing value, brand value,

 

C/B/592. Football's Involvement in International Development Initiative

WORDS:
3000
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

This paper is focusing on the statement saying whether 'football's involvement in international development initiatives is for commercial or political reasons'. The analysis and discussion focused on the point that football's involvement in international development initiatives is for commercial reasons. The discussion also concentrates on several important issues, including branding, sponsorship and commerce in football.

 

KEYWORDS: Football, sport marketing, football marketing, commercial football, commerce,

 

E/N/21. Women's participation in football

WORDS:
3500
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper examines potential popularity of Woman's football in the UK reviewing the history of women's engagement in sports and games, the reasons behind the increase in female participation in football across the world, the position of the England woman's international football team, etc.

 

KEYWORDS: Football, sport, woman,

 

C/S/52. Racism in football

WORDS:
7500
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
79.99 GBP

This long essay is a qualitative research style report into the issue of racism in football.

 

KEYWORDS: Racism, Football, Soccer, Race, English football, Qualitative research, Grounded theory,

 

C/F/163. Ratio analyses of Everton Football Club. Comparison with the ratios of Manchester City and Celtic clubs

WORDS:
2000
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

This work will outlines Everton's financial performance in 2005 and 2004, and draws on some of its results in 2006. The analysis is done in terms of financial ratios, and some explanations of those ratios will be provided. Furthermore, the financial positions of two of the club's competitors are analysed: Manchester City club and Celtic Club. The work concludes that despite Everton's good performance in 2005, this financial strength was not sustainable, as it was driven by an injection of shareholders fund and sale of intangible assets. Unless the club reduces its expense base, its financial position will be very volatile from year to year.

 

KEYWORDS: Ratio, gearing, current, capital employed, turnover Everton Manchester, Celtic, liab,

 

C/B/776. Evaluate the extent to which commercial actors govern the global football industry

WORDS:
3000
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper examines football as a global industry providing a review of literature on the theory of advertising, the sustainability of sports, political economy within the football industry, etc. Commercialization of football is discussed touching on sport broadcasting rights and the communicative aspects of the game. The commercial impact of cyber marketing and football club websites is evaluated.

 

KEYWORDS: Commercialization, Globalization, Football, Cyber marketing, Political economy, Sports,

 

C/L/137. Football Contracts ? Irreconcilable with Standard Contract Principles:

WORDS:
2100
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The key factor that an agent holds is that the agent is to act within line of the Principal's interests, however there is no rule that stops an agent under standard contract law to work for both parties in the contract. If the agent is working on the behalf of both parties then the agent must successfully balance the needs of both parties, which will bring out the greatest financial benefit to the agent. However under standard contract law if the agent failed to act within the requests of either principal then the agent is liable to indemnify any losses that occur due to unauthorized actions. The new rules that FIFA and the FA have brought into force, which falls in line with EU law limits the abilities of the agent therefore this discussion is going to focus on how football contracts are irreconcilable standard contract law and agency. It will argue that the new regulations are creating an independent version of employment contracts for sports players and protection from improper agents.

 

KEYWORDS: l, football, contracts, irreconcilable, standard, contract, principles,

 

E/E/38. Why do Premier League football clubs form a cartel?

WORDS:
1500
DATE:
2006
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper examines the reasons why Football Association Premier League (FAPL) clubs form a cartel describing the advantages of a cartel and illustrating them with examples of UK football clubs benefiting from their position in the cartel by getting higher profits, better co-ordination, etc.

 

KEYWORDS: Premier League, football club, cartel,

 

P/B/703. Dissertation. Has football become a global game?

WORDS:
9000
DATE:
2006
PRICE:
99.99 GBP

The dissertation investigates the reasons behind the global popularity of football reviewing its history and conducting secondary research on the basis of literature related to the globalisation of modern football. Primary research is conducted (using questionnaires and an interview) to study the attitudes of football fans towards the internationalisation of football, i.e. player migration, globally directed football clubs, etc. Conclusions are made about the local and global aspects of football.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, football, globalisation,