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Richard Scudamore

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Transfer latest on Chilwell, Thiago Silva, Kai Havertz & Thiago Alcantara + Richard Scudamore and Billy Beane's quest to buy a Premier League club

The Athletic Football Podcast

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25 Aug 2020

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Charlton Athletic, the real living wage, and Richard Scudamore's bonus

The Price of Football

Kevin and Kieran take a look into the latest goings-on at both Charlton Athletic and Blackpool, which clubs pay their staff the "real living wage", and the £5m bonus Richard Scudamore received when he left his job as chairman of the Premier League. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/priceoffootball.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


2 Mar 2020

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Mile Sterjovski & Richard Scudamore | Remembering Nov. 16 | Aussie strikers in form | Mile's Europe musings

Fox Football Podcast

Former Socceroo and A-League star Mile Sterjovski joins Daniel Garb and Simon Hill to review Round 6 of the A-League, plus the show features a one-on-one Simon did with Richard Scudamore - a guest advisor to the A-League clubs and former Executive Chairman of football in England and CEO of the EPL. Scudamore will potentially help improve football here in Australia.Sterjovski also speaks about his time in Europe, including at FC Basel, Derby County and Lille.Here are the highlights:-What caught your eye in R6? (3:00)-That penalty decision (5:00)-CCM's drop off and Stajcic's big test (9:00)-When Mile's Brazilian dream became reality (17:00)-Mile's alternative view on Italy's controversial '06 win (20:00)-Brisbane's win (23:00)-Ryan Grant, the machine (30:00)-Richard Scudamore chat (35:00)-Mile's time in Europe, including FC Basel and Derby County (39:00)-Listener questions (53:00)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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18 Nov 2019

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The Fabian (appreciation) Society: England beat Croatia, Scotland cling on and Richard Scudamore's bonus

Audio Football Club

Welcome to the Telegraph Audio Football Club, joining Thom Gibbs today it's Jason Burt, JJ Bull and Matt Law.There's reaction to the the mighty footballing nation of England, and their greatest year since 1966. Ruminations on the mighty Nations League, the greatest football competition since the ICC.We come crashing down to earth with a summary of the rest of the UK and Ireland’s national football teams, and explore a change at the top of the Premier League which happened without a ball being kicked. Plus a look ahead to next week’s fixtures and an intriguing suggestion for what should replace penalty shootouts.Subscribe to Audio Football Club to make sure you never miss an episode and email us at afcpodcast@telegraph.co.ukSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


19 Nov 2018

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Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri problem and why Richard Scudamore £5m bonus is an insult

Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast

Liverpool are enjoying their joint best start to a Premier League season, and are just two points behind Manchester City, but universal acclaim for Jurgen Klopp's high-flying side is in short supply.So, for our latest View from the Kop podcast, Sean Bradbury, Paul Philbin and debutante Emilia Bona join host Paul Wheelock to question why that is the case.Is it pressure? Expectation? Or is it Klopp's change in tactics? That in turn leads to a discussion over the merits of - if not boring - less entertaining football v winning football.Or is the form of the players? Paul Philbin, for one, believes the fact that the Reds have yet to truly blow a team out of the water this season, unlike on countless occasions last season, could be down to the way that Roberto Firmino is being utilised.Firmino has scored just one goal in his last 11 games and just four in the 22 since Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's serious injury.But is he being given a chance to score? And what kind of problem does the form of Xherdan Shaqiri cause both Firmino and Klopp?Liverpool's Champions League chances, and what priority they should give the competition they went so desperately close to winning last season, are then mulled over.And the podcast rounds off with a passionate debate about the decision of the 20 Premier League clubs, including Liverpool and their Merseyside rivals Everton, to hand a £5m farewell bonus to outgoing executive chairman Richard Scudamore. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy


15 Nov 2018

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Ep 38: Richard Scudamore in conversation with Jimmy Worrall

Leaders Sport Business Podcast

Leaders CEO Jimmy Worrall sits down with English Premier League Executive Chairman Richard Scudamore. In a rare and comprehensive one-on-one, Scudamore reflects on his tenure at the top of England’s biggest sports league, and arguably the country’s most visible and successful foreign export. Since taking charge in 1999, Scudamore has spearheaded an era of unprecedented and extraordinary growth in English football, cementing and extending the Premier League’s status as the number one league in world football. Financial growth has been built largely on the back of pioneering work on the league as a broadcast product. Under Scudamore, domestic rights deals have grown from $900 million for a four-year cycle, to the current three-year domestic deals which are worth over $6.7 billion. International rights in the current cycle are worth another $5.1 billion. Last week, shortly after concluding a game-changing deal with Amazon that will see the digital retail behemoth move into Premier League broadcasting for the first time, and having reached an agreement with the 20 Premier League teams to tweak the revenue distribution model, Scudamore announced that he would be stepping down from his role at the end of the year. In the first of a series of conversations between Leaders CEO Jimmy Worrall and the most senior figures in world sport, Scudamore sat down for a recording of the Leaders Podcast in the final week of the Premier League season, a few weeks before the announcements were made. On the conversational agenda: p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 13.0px Geneva}p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 13.0px Geneva; min-height: 17.0px}li.li1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 13.0px Geneva}span.Apple-tab-span {white-space:pre}ul.ul1 {list-style-type: disc} The future of media consumption and why ‘moderated content’ will remain compelling and valuable; The Premier League’s commitment to social intervention and community programming; The league’s ambitions in esports; The potential consequences of Brexit for English football; The skillsets required to keep 20 Premier League teams together, all ‘equally dissatisfied’; The benefits of government and media scrutiny; The leaders Scudamore most admires and his advice for his younger self.


13 Jun 2018

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Richard Scudamore: Premier League clubs are rooted in their communities


The Premier League's chief executive talks about the work of the League's Enterprise Challenge.


7 May 2015