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Football Clubs Drowned by Players

Published Online: 28 Aug 2020
Page range: 28 - 32
Received: 08 Jan 2019
Accepted: 31 Mar 2020
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Introduction. The insolvency in football was explained by the underperformance of a football club, either in terms of its ability to achieve playing results which depends on the quality of players on the staff, or in terms of its ability to generate a level of revenue consistent with performance in the league. Hence, two questions were addressed in the study: how deep will the European football crisis be after 2020 and are payrolls the most sensitive factor of football business performance?

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