The Impact of High Pay in Football
Monday 13 August 2012
High Pay Centre Offices
32-36 Loman Street
London SE1 0EH
The Impact of High Pay in Football: How high pay in football has reduced competition, ripped off fans and made owners millionaires
The High Pay Centre is pleased to invite you to the fourth in a series of seminars on better business, held in association with the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
The football expert and writer, Dave Boyle has been carrying out research on the effects of high pay on competition and fans, this seminar will provide an advance preview of the report ahead of its publication in late August. Dave will present some key points frrom his research and discuss the more general implications of the pay debate on football.
David Conn, investigative sports journalist, football writer at the Guardian and author of Richer than God: Manchester City, Modern Football and Growing Up, will also provide his thoughts on the debate, focusing on the history of football governance and how this has changed from public service to blatant profiteering.
We look forward to welcoming you to a very interesting and informative seminar about a key element of the high pay debate.
The seminar is free of charge but places are limited. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend.
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