Biggest Spenders, Biggest Losers, Bad Investment?

The 2013/2104 football season has begun in Europe could be termed as the year of uncertainties and indefiniteness caused by the radical and widespread managerial changes that ravaged some top clubs in the top UEFA leagues. I don’t think any football season as ever witnessed such number of new faces in the dugouts. As commonplace now, the financial fair play is being thrown in the back burner as clubs are spending big to realize their objectives, but I will, in this article, x-ray these changes and what they portend for the huge investment being dished out by clubs.
We will start our sojourn in the English Premier League which is inarguably the most prominent with however gradually declining standards. The top three teams with automatic Champions League tickets all have new managers. The 2012/2013 EPL winners, Manchester United were forced to get a new helmsman when the legendary, as-old-as-the-club-itself, Sir Alex Ferguson decided to call it quits with coaching paving way for the hitherto unknown, “silverwareless”, David Moyes. Continue reading “Biggest Spenders, Biggest Losers, Bad Investment?”