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🎼 Jonathan Clegg, Joshua Robinson Narrated by Rich Keeble - The Club: How the Premier League Became the Richest, Most Disruptive Business in Sport Album
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    Jonathan Clegg, Joshua Robinson Narrated by Rich Keeble
  • Title:
    The Club: How the Premier League Became the Richest, Most Disruptive Business in Sport
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    Audiobook
  • Release date:
    12 Dec 2018
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    UK
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Tracklist

1Chapter 21
2Chapter 23
3Chapter 8
4Chapter 29
5Chapter 28
6Chapter 22
7Chapter 15
8Chapter 18
9Chapter 13
10Chapter 7
11Epilogue
12Chapter 4
13Chapter 5
14Chapter 25
15Chapter 12
16Chapter 16
17Chapter 27
18Chapter 2
19Chapter 10
20Chapter 17
21Prologue
22Chapter 19
23Chapter 9
24Chapter 14
25Chapter 11
26Chapter 1
27 PART V Britain’s New Empire
28Chapter 24
29 PART III Invaders on the Shore
30 PART I Breaking Away
31 PART II Rise and Rise
32Chapter 6
33Authors’ Note
34 PART IV Premier League Inc.
35Chapter 26
36Chapter 20
37Chapter 3

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The Club is a richly detailed, remarkably told story of how the Premier League became the unstoppable force that it is today. Joshua and Jonathan provide unparalleled access to the people who make the league go, from the owners to the managers to the stars on the field. The Club is the definitive guide to the definitive league in sports. Billy Beane, Vice President for Baseball Operations, Oakland As. It is NOT the story of HOW the Premier League became the richest, most disruptive business in sport. It is, rather, just the story of WHAT HAPPENED in the Premier League since its formation in the early 1990s. How the Premier League Became the Richest, Most Disruptive Business in Sport. By: Jonathan Clegg, Joshua Robinson. Narrated by: Rich Keeble. Length: 11 hrs and 24 mins. Categories: Business & Careers, Business Development & Entrepreneurship. The never-before-told inside story of how the Premier League became the wildest, richest, most popular entertainment business on the planet. How did English football - once known for its stale pies, bad bookkeeping and hooligans - become a commercial powerhouse and the world's premium popular entertainment This was a business empire built in only 25 years on ambition, experimentation and gambler's luck. Manchester City lift the Premier League trophy for 2017-18. It could all have been so different for poor Tottenham Hotspur, English footballs gallant long underachievers. They were the first club that an absurdly wealthy Russian oligarch, Roman Abramovich, fancied turning into world beaters as a kind of agreeable hobby. He got as far as having discussions with the Spurs chairman, but then made the mistake of taking a drive down Tottenham High Road in his Merc. This, he said to his Russian associate, is worse than Omsk. by Jonathan Clegg Author, Joshua Robinson Author. A brilliant book on the business history of the Premier League Independent Informative and regularly entertains FourFourTwo A tale told with much verve and some wit by two experienced sports journalists. Revelatory Spectator Brilliant - Miguel Delaney Independent A vivid portrait. it's quite an achievement Tito Football Richly detailed, remarkably told. The Club is the previously untold inside story of how English soccers Premier League became the wildest, richest, most popular sports product on the planet. This is a sports and business tale of how money, ambition, and twenty-five years of drama remade an ancient institution into a twenty-first-century entertainment empire. No one knew it when their experiment began, b The Club is the previously untold inside story of how English soccers Premier League became the wildest, richest, most popular sports product on the planet. The Club: How the English Premier League Became the Wildest, Richest, Most Disruptive Force in Sports. Written by Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg. Narrated by Shaun Grindell. This is a sports and business tale of how money, ambition, and 25 years of drama remade an ancient institution into a 21st-century entertainment empire. No one knew it when their experiment began, but without any particular genius or acumen, the motley cast of billionaires and hucksters behind the modern Premier League struck gold. Pretty soon, everyone wanted to try their luck, from Russian oligarchs to Emirati sheikhs, American tycoons, and Asian Tiger titans. We speak to Josh about the story of the Premier League and the people who have shaped it. Where did the founders get the idea Does the league owe its success to the insights and actions of a few key individua. In Jonathan Clegg and Joshua Robinsons fascinating history of the English Premier League, they look. grew up with the Premier League in their living rooms over the past 25 years. What The Club does so well, however, is tell its breezy story without getting bogged down in the specifics of each and every season which would be tedious. It sticks to its brief of. has brought Pep Guardiola to the club as the most thrilling content-provider of sports entertainment media, its telling that. Cooks initial comparison with sports entertainment reached an end point. 10 years later. ВКонтакте универсальное средство для общения и поиска друзей и одноклассников, которым ежедневно пользуются десятки миллионов человек. Мы хотим, чтобы друзья, однокурсники, одноклассники, соседи. Yet today the Premier League is the world's richest sporting brand. How this happened is a tale told with much verve and some wit by two experienced sports journalists. A capitalist replaced a socialist structure. With a modicum of legal legerdemain, in one bound they found their freedom and in Rupert Murdoch's satellite television their golden goose. Paradoxically, the more that games are broadcast, the greater the attendance at matches