The Sheffield Wednesday Accounts explained with Kieran Maguire, The Price of Football.
The Wednesday 'Til I Die Podcast
So the Sheffield Wednesday accounts have been released... but what do they mean? If you're like us, you don't have a clue. That's why we've drafted in the expertise of Kieran Maguire, from The Price of Football podcast to explain them to is plain english. Spoiler alert, it's not as bad as we first thought. @KieranMaguire, Apple Podcasts, Spotify.Make sure you hit subscribe so you're notified about all the new episodes as soon as they go live.Follow us over on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram by searching for @WTIDPOD.If you want to get involved in the show then tweet using #WTIDPOD and we'll read it out on the next show.#WTID #SWFC #WTIDPOD #WAWAW Get access to our interviews on Patreon.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/wtidpod. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Bottom Line with Kieran Maguire: Why FSG risked wrath of Liverpool fans by joining European Super League
Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast
The European Super League looks like it is collapsing before our eyes tonight. But earlier today, for the second episode of The Bottom Line, Matt Addison and Dave Powell spoke to football finance expert Kieran Maguire to understand why FSG have signed up to the controversial competition. The plans for the breakaway league have been slated in almost all quarters since they were unveiled on Sunday - with the European game thrown into turmoil. It now appears like the proposals will not be forced through. But this podcast with Kieran remains a revealing listen. From TV rights and transfers to Nike and sponsors, every aspect of Liverpool FC and the wider top-level game would be impacted if the Super League came to fruition, with the only positive being the additional lining of the pockets for the owners of the 12 clubs involved.Watch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCSign up for our Liverpool FC newsletters: https://data.reachplc.com/210734476470860Join our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
Football Finance Special: Kieran Maguire on why Liverpool CAN afford to spend this month
Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast
The injuries to Fabinho and Joel Matip may ultimately change things but for a long time in this transfer window it has appeared that Liverpool will not sign a centre-back in January. So where do they really stand in terms of football finances in a week that has seen them climb into the top five in the Deloitte Money League, moving above Manchester City? Matt Addison is joined first by football finance expert Kieran Maguire and then by the Liverpool ECHO's football and business writer Dave Powell to discuss the latest economic situation at the Reds. On the agenda are Nike, Kylian Mbappe, transfers, Anfield, revenue and more as the guests provide insight into the situation - and whether the current scrutiny of FSG is justified. The show concludes with a chat about Billy Beane and RedBall Acquisitions, with a deal to sell part of FSG to the company having now collapsed, and also the Boston Red Sox and how John W Henry and Co have coped with the pandemic at their other major sports enterprise, with reference to how that could be applied at Liverpool.*Please note this podcast was recorded before Joel Matip sustained ankle-ligament damage in the 3-1 win at Tottenham Hotspur.Watch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
Bit of cockup with the audio syncing on the first published version of the interview - this has been fixed on this version so feel free to delete the other version and use this oneWe are delighted to be joined by football finance expert, Price of Football podcast presenter and most importantly, Brighton fan Kieran Maguire for our special FA Cup fourth round match preview show.We talked preview rogue owners of our respective clubs, Kieran's experience at running Frenchy's nightclub in Blackpool and incident with a lady, a bouncer and a baseball bat!
120: The murky world of West Ham's finances - Ft. football finance expert Kieran Maguire
We Are West Ham Podcast
West Ham are massive. Two wins in four days. Six games unbeaten. Four wins in a row in all competitions. Seventh in the league. West Ham are MASSIVE! In what is fast becoming another memorable season in our great club's history, David Moyes has transformed us into a dodgy, weak and unpredictable relegation battling outfit to a strong, resolute, consistent and hard to beat side battling for European qualification. All that in just over a year! Of course, it's still early days and we are playing in unsual circumstances with COVID still very much playing a part in the way football is played both on and off the pitch. But we're beginning to see real progress under Moyes. On this week's bumper show, recording straight after the 2-1 win over West Brom on Tuesday night, James Jones, Will Pugh and Tom Edwards dissect the side's fantastic form, look ahead to this weekend's FA Cup 4th Round clash v. Doncaster and, in a huge and very insightful interview, chat about West Ham's finances with football finance expert Kieran Maguire. Kieran reveals what he thinks are the reasons behind the recent appointment of new directors, gives a pretty heartbreaking view on a potential sale of the club in the near future and discusses the ins and outs of recent transfers, the severe financial impact of COVID on the club and much, much more. This really is a must-watch interview! Please SUBSCRIBE to the pod and like, rate and share our stuff. Tell your friends about us. And WATCH us and subscribe to our YouTube channel here. You can also follow We Are West Ham on Twitter. And the lads’ individual accounts can be found here: Will, James, Tom. #COYI #WHUFC
The Account: Kieran Maguire from Price of Football
This episode of Football Stories is all about numbers as Jim chats to the man with the stats when it comes to football finance, Kieran Maguire.Kieran is the man behind Price of Football - delving deep into the world of agents fee's and director loans. He is a teacher, author and podcast host, alongside comedian Kevin Day, for the Price of Football podcast (which is great).He talks about (amongst other things) some of the merky deals he's encounters, how Manchester City avoiding punishment for FFP and wether West Ham's owners are as bad as they seem.Please subscribe to this podcast so you get the whole series and if you like what you hear leave a review and let us know!
Albion fan and football finance expert Kieran Maguire, host of the Price of Football podcast and academic at the University of Brighton, joins us to discuss his memories supporting the club - and picks his ultimate Albion XI. Follow Football, the Albion and Me on Twitter (@footyalbionme), Facebook (footballthealbionandme) and Instagram (footballalbionme). Music kindly provided by TALMA - track: Starless Skies - listen on Spotify.
Sports Content Strategy with MrRichardClarke: Exploring sports content, journalism, digital and social media
TOPICS Is this a good time to buy a football club?Will there be a raft of sales? In what timescale?The type of due diligence needed to buy a clubIs there more value in Europe? The creation of club groupsWhat about the best value in Britain? What about Scotland and Ireland?The potential of clubs - is it just down on the historical fanbase?The role of private equity. Kieran calls them “vultures”Is becoming a community asset a potential business strategy for big clubs?The value of meaning and why clubs do not invest in it enoughWhy the ‘benevolent dictator’ model is the bestWhat are the latest accounting trends in football?How Kieran would change football finance reporting and accountabilityThe value of the fit and proper person fit (now the Owner and Directors’ Test)Getting away from the boom and bust culture and the role fans play in that processValuing a transfer dealWhy do intelligent business leaders make stupid decisions when they buy a club