Premier League clubs' non-playing staff, Malaga'a financial woes

Premier League clubs' non-playing staff, Mala...

Derby County takeover in doubt, Ed Sheeran sponsors Ipswich Town

Kevin and Kieran find out why the Derby County takeover deal is in doubt, why Ed Sheeran is Ipswich Town's new shirt sponsor sponsor, and how many paying fans a League Two club needs to break even.Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterdayFollow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguireS ...   Show more

The Glazers and Manchester United's debt, FSA caseworker Amanda Jacks interview

In the wake of the recent fan protests at Old Trafford, Kevin and Kieran take a close look at the Glazers' ownership of Manchester United and the club's levels of debt. They also speak to Football Supporters' Association caseworker Amanda Jacks.Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhun ...   Show more

BT in talks to sell stake in BT Sport, Bank of England

Kevin and Kieran look into the reasons why BT is looking to sell a stake in BT Sport, analyse the figures behind the Bank of England loans taken out by some Premier League clubs and the FA, and check out the financial benefits or otherwise for Kilmarnock after the club renamed it ...   Show more

Ipswich Town owner interview, Kroenkes say Arsenal not for sale

Kevin and Kieran speak to the new co-owner of Ipswich Town, Brett Johnson. They also find out why the Kroenkes say Arsenal is not for sale to the founder of Spotify or anyone else, why hundreds of disgruntled Football Index investors have had their identities revealed, and why Zl ...   Show more

Fans demand change as ESL fallout continues, Bordeaux in administration

Kevin and Kieran look at the latest developments following the collapse of the European Super League, find out why Ligue 1 club Bordeaux has gone into administration, and discuss why national teams don't have shirt sponsors.Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterdayFollow Kieran o ...   Show more

European Super League plans disintegrate

Kevin and Kieran delve deep into the shambolic launch and swift demise of the European Super League, including why the clubs involved signed up, which ones would have been the big winners, and what the consequences might be now it's collapsed. They also get the view from The Athl ...   Show more

Wigan director Tom Markham interview, Swindon Town charged

Kevin and Kieran speak to Tom Markham, who recently became a director at Wigan Athletic following the Bahraini takeover of the club, find out why Swindon Town have been charged by the FA, and why Manchester United might be interested in buying Australian club Central Coast Marine ...   Show more

Ipswich Town takeover completed, Newcastle United fans ownership bid

Kevin and Kieran look at the numbers behind the Ipswich Town takeover now it's been completed, find out why 17 National League clubs have supported the proposal to hold a vote of no confidence in the National League chairman and board, and analyse the reasons behind Newcastle Uni ...   Show more

SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster interview, Championship clubs' transfer embargo

Kevin and Kieran put listeners' questions to SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster, find out why ten Championship clubs have been placed under a transfer embargo, and look at the disappointing goings on behind the scenes at Birmingham City Women.Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunt ...   Show more

Independent Football Ombudsman remit, US ownership in the Premier League

Kevin and Kieran look into how the Independent Football Ombudsman operates, whether Premier League clubs will vote more on a regional basis now that seven clubs are US-owned, and analyse how community-owned clubs are regulated.Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterdayFollow Kiera ...   Show more

National League vote of no confidence, Wigan takeover confirmed

Kevin and Kieran look into why two National League clubs called for a vote of no confidence against the current National League board, why Chester were rejected for Sport England funding but Chesterfield were given a £1m loan, and what happens now following the news that the Wiga ...   Show more

The "real" price of football, where disciplinary fines go

Kevin and Kieran analyse the "real" price of football, by estimating how much money they've spent over their time supporting their respective clubs, and find out where the cash generated by disciplinary fines ends up.Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @POF_PODFollow Kevin ...   Show more

FIFA's accounts, Women's Super League TV deal

Kevin and Kieran look at the latest set of accounts from world football's governing body FIFA, the numbers behind the Women's Super League's new TV deal, and why the accountant who has been running Wigan Athletic this season says they should build a statue of him outside the grou ...   Show more

Manchester United sponsorship deal, Celtic and Rangers finances

Kevin and Kieran look at the money behind Manchester United's new shirt sponsorship deal with software company TeamViewer, compare Rangers and Celtic's finances, and discuss how clubs might decide which season ticket holders will get in when fans are allowed back into grounds.Fol ...   Show more

Belgian and Dutch leagues merger moves closer, Bolton Wanderers Head of Academy Education interview

Kevin and Kieran look at the details behind the recently agreed takeover of Wigan Athletic by a Bahraini-led consortium, why clubs in Belgium have voted to merge their league with the Dutch league, and speak to Lee Wood, Head of Academy Education at Bolton Wanderers.Follow The Pr ...   Show more

Football Index goes into administration, Manchester United share sale

Kevin and Kieran analyse what might happen to users' cash now that Football Index, the "football stockmarket" betting platform, has entered administration, why Manchester United have announced that co-chairman Avram Glazer has put a portion of his shares in the club up for sale, ...   Show more

Sheffield Wednesday publish accounts, Coventry City Supporters Club interview

Kevin and Kieran analyse Sheffield Wednesday's latest accounts, find out how Sunderland and Tranmere fans have raised almost £140,000 for charity, and speak to Juggy Chima, founder of the reforged Leamington & Warwick Coventry City Supporters Club, the first Coventry City Support ...   Show more

Barcelona and Real Madrid state aid ruling, Football Index customer fury

Kevin and Kieran look into why Barcelona and Real Madrid have been handed multimillion-euro tax bills after a state aid ruling went against them, why customers of the self-styled “stock market of football”, Football Index, are furious over changes to the way the platform works, a ...   Show more

Chinese football in disarray, Tranmere Rovers Trust interview

Kevin and Kieran look into why Chinese football was thrown into disarray at the weekend, who Catalan police arrested over financial issues at Barcelona, and speak to Ben Harrison, chairman of Tranmere Rovers Trust.Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @POF_PODFollow Kevin on ...   Show more

Gambling sponsorship and football, Wigan Athletic latest

Kevin and Kieran discuss Kieran's appearance before the All Party Parliamentary Group on Gambling Related Harm last week, analyse the latest situation at Wigan Athletic, and look into why Liverpool can claim money from FIFA to cover Joe Gomez's basic pay while he's out injured.Fo ...   Show more

Premier League crowds return, Everton in the Community interview

Kevin and Kieran look at the possibility of crowds returning to the Premier League at the end of the season, analyse why the ‘Big Six’ Premier League clubs want to sell matches direct to fans in overseas countries, and why there's confusion among Coventry fans over the future of ...   Show more

National League season axed, Sunderland takeover confirmed

Kevin and Kieran look into the decision this week to axe the National League season, the prospects for Sunderland now Swiss billionaire Kyril Louis-Dreyfus has been confirmed as the new Sunderland owner and chairman, and analyse the finances behind Northern Irish football.Follow ...   Show more

Dover Athletic furlough all staff, Gambling With Lives interview

Kevin and Kieran look into why Dover Athletic have furloughed all staff and say they won’t play any matches until more funding is made available, why Frank Lampard will receive £1.8m between now and June unless he takes another job as a manager, and speak to James Grimes, a forme ...   Show more

Nick De Marco QC interview, hedging and FFP

Kevin and Kieran speak to Nick De Marco QC, the sports law specialist who played a pivotal role in the salary cap in League One and League Two being scrapped. They also look into whether clubs can use hedging to get around FFP regulations, and why clubs change their logo from a f ...   Show more

Leagues One and Two salary cap scrapped, Dean Hammond interview

Kevin and Kieran find out why the salary cap in League One and League Two has been scrapped and why Dover Chairman Jim Parmenter has resigned as a Director of the National League. They also speak to the the former Leicester City, Southampton and Brighton midfielder, Dean Hammond, ...   Show more

Champions League expansion proposals, Ligue 1's TV deal woes

Kevin and Kieran look into UEFA's plans to expand the Champions League, which could see six English clubs competing every year, find out why France's Ligue 1 has failed to auction off four lots of television rights for the next three seasons, and investigate whether kick-off time ...   Show more

Leeds vice chairman interview, Burnley takeover

Kevin and Kieran speak to the president of 49ers enterprises, Paraag Marathe, who recently became vice chairman of Leeds United after 49ers Enterprises increased its stake in Leeds to 37%. They also look at the latest news on the Burnley takeover and why Wrexham AFC was the only ...   Show more

Club TV channels, Euro 2020 prospects

Kevin and Kieran analyse how much revenue club TV channels generate, look at the potential ramifications if Euro 2020 has to be cancelled, and find out how kit manufacturer deals are structured.Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @POF_PODFollow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunt ...   Show more

Chelsea manager payoffs, EFL Bank of England loan

Kevin and Kieran analyse how much Roman Abramovich has paid out to outgoing Chelsea managers following the sacking of Frank Lampard, why the EFL is in talks to borrow money from the Bank of England's Covid lending facility, and why the chief executive of QPR has sent a letter to ...   Show more

European Super League back on the agenda, club fan channels' revenue

Kevin and Kieran look at what might happen next now the European Super League plans appear to be back on the table, why plans for a new £18m salary cap in the Championship next season look like they're dead in the water, and examine how much some of the club fan channels like Ars ...   Show more

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