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  • Manchester United kings of social media as well as the Premier League

    By Nick Harris 16 April 2013 Manchester United are England’s most popular football team across social media as well as the most successful on the pitch according to a new table that rates the Premier League’s 20 clubs on followers across three of the biggest digital platforms: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Even though United have […]

  • The Premier League in cyberspace: an Arsenal to Wigan of social media

    By Lauren Fisher 16 April 2013 More and more sports clubs, personalities and brands are using social media not only to communicate team news but to fundamentally shake up the relationship they have with fans; giving unique access and a new kind of transparency to the world of sport. Follow Andy Murray on his Facebook […]

  • Ronaldo’s Juventus leap to join Messi’s Barca on global pay podium

    By Nick Harris 23 December 2019 Lionel Messi’s  Barcelona have retained their status as the best paid team in all of global sport, measured by average basic pay in their first-team squad, according to Sportingintelligence’s Global Sports Salaries Survey (GSSS) for 2019, published today. Barca’s average pay is just over £9.8m, with Real Madrid in second place […]

  • Messi’s Barca break £10m-a-year barrier to hit No1 in global pay

    By Nick Harris 26 November 2018 La Liga giants Barcelona, home to Lionel Messi, are the best paid team in global sport and the first sports team in history to have average basic annual pay of more than £10m according to Sportingintelligence’s Global Sports Salaries Survey (GSSS) for 2018, published today. Download the GSSS 2018 This year’s […]

  • Football Manager: Fantasy more real than you might imagine Read more >

    Football Manager: Fantasy more real than you might imagine

    By Alex Stewart 29 February 2016 TRANSFER deadline day this year was its usual mixture of hype, desperation and the occasional genuinely interesting deal. And of course, for me, abuse. For the last three deadline days I have been part of the BBC’s live blogging effort, offering a Football Manager perspective on the day’s comings […]

  • Gypsy kings: turbulent times on the road to be a somebody

    The first ever all-Traveller world title fight takes place on Saturday in Manchester between Billy Joe Saunders and Andy Lee. With their friend and kinsman Tyson ‘Gypsy King’ Fury already at the centre of a storm for his controversial views and unconventional behaviour, Tim Martin explores the troubled background to the weekend’s unique contest. . By […]

  • FIFA 2016 PRESIDENTIAL RACE: Analysis and debate

    Part of Sportingintelligence’s guide to the 2016 FIFA presidential election: HOME PAGE here . Analysis and debate Between now and the FIFA presidential election, this section will be a platform for analysis and debate from a variety of contributors. The latest article will sit at the top. Contributions welcome; for details see the main page. […]

  • FIFA PRESIDENTIAL RACE PROFILE: Tokyo Sexwale

    Part of Sportingintelligence’s guide to the 2016 FIFA presidential election: HOME PAGE here . PROFILE: Tokyo Sexwale         Age: 62.     Born:  Soweto, 5 March 1953 Twitter:  Not yet.     Website: www.tokyosexwale.com (unofficial – no official site) Manifesto (PDF download):  Tokyo Sexwale manifesto. Football background:  Organising Committee for 2010 World Cup, FIFA Committee on […]

  • REVEALED: PSG become the best paid team in global sport, ahead of Real Madrid, Manchester City, Barcelona and the LA Dodgers

    By Nick Harris 20 May 2015 Paris Saint-Germain are the best paid team in global sport according to Sportingintelligence’s Global Sports Salaries Survey (GSSS) for 2015, compiled in association with ESPN The Magazine and published today. The average first-team pay at PSG has been calculated at £5.3m per year, or £101,8983 per week in the period under review. PSG have just completed […]

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