In the NEW episode, number 238, host Kartik Krishnaiyer speaks with economist Dr. Stefan Szymanski (Soccernomics co-author) to discuss several major topics relating to the economics of world soccer, including:
• Why the Premier League is on the precipice of making more money from TV rights than ever before
• How the next Premier League TV deal in the U.S. is up in the air
• The impact of government authorities in the UK on TV rights
• Brexit’s longterm impact on the Premier League and English Championship
• Luxury taxes in European soccer and whether they can work or not
• Has the salary cap in LaLiga helped or hurt the Spanish league?
• Survival rate comparison between soccer clubs in open leagues versus closed leagues
• The story of Leicester City that went from bankruptcy to league title winners
• How coverage of the European Super League was different in the US versus UK media
• Concept of ownership of soccer clubs; owners versus local communities
• Fan ownership, the German 50+1 model, and whether it can work in England
• News about a new edition of Soccernomics coming soon
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