29/12/10 Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al-Nahyan and Qatar 2022 chairman Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Thani take 7th and 8th positions in World Football INSIDER’s ’10 to Watch in 2011′ series, the ranking of the those people expected to have the biggest influence in the global football business this year.
22/12/10 Former Manchester City chief David Bernstein is the new chairman of the Football Association. Recruiting a successor to England boss Fabio Capello in 2012 and improving relations with FIFA are among his top priorities. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
25/11/10 Everton’s head of corporate affairs tells INSIDER that the club’s new sponsor-funded retail, corporate and office development will give the Merseyside giants the “full package”… Hyundai sign massive partnership with FIFA through to 2022… New last-minute partners for USA 2022 bid… New store for Manchester City. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
21/10/2010 UEFA president Michel Platini is pleased action is being taken by European clubs to comply with the confederation’s Financial Fair Play rules… CONMEBOL fights for Brazil 2014 World Cup berths… AFC Champions League finalists decided.
7/10/2010 “We know we need some new players, we know we need investment,” Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson said today as he welcomed the sale of the club to New England Sports Ventures… Manchester City’s Sheikh Mansour tops football rich list… German match-fixing trial… More inside.
1/2/2010 Manchester City’s GBP7m signing of Middlesbrough winger Adam Johnson is the main piece of business in a low key transfer window, which has seen total spending fall to a record low of GBP32m; industry expert says figures “broadly consistent” with other European leagues.
8/1/2010 A gun attack on the Togo national team bus ahead of the African Cup of Nations in Angola raises security fears for other players and spectators at the tournament starting Sunday. Manchester City confirmed that their Togolese striker Emmanuel Adebayor escaped without injury.
6/1/2010 The world’s richest football club announces losses of $148 million… AC Milan coach Leonardo hails the return of David Beckham… Bayern Munich chief warns of more sales… Seymour Pierce MD resigns.
1/12/09 City are the biggest spenders on agents fees in the top-flight… Manager Mark Hughes defends the club’s massive investment in players as Premier League reveals spending figures for its 20 clubs.
Manchester City has announced that it has teamed up with a new sponsor partner in Ferrostaal. Previously known as MAN Ferrostaal, the company becomes the Club’s fourth partner and joins with Etihad Airways, Umbro and Etisalat, the latter deal was announced during the Club’s recent trip to Abu Dhabi. Ferrostaal, a global provider of industrial