Like any other economic entity, a football club has to consider a host of factors to warrant success. What some observers tend to overlook is that high recurring costs affect the success of a club adversely. It may seem easier to seek short-term success on and off the pitch rather than go for sound, long-term viability - but a prolonged debt burden will have repercussions for a club's performance on the pitch.
Clubs who rely primarily on players tend to care little about fostering their own grassroots. No wonder they run into a financial brick wall of their own making. The globalization of football has generated controversial results of late. Young players purchased by the highest bidder often hail from faraway lands - be that Africa or South America - and are the cornerstone of a development which shows its ugly face the more closely we scrutinize it.
to retain their potential strengths in shape of players football clubs used to pay higher amounts to their players. a famous saying is much true "A Football Club is nothing without players"
Jul 12th, 2013
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