During the 1990s the football industry has undergone a revolution of spectacular proportions: money men have become as important as the players and managers, and the workings of club stocks and shares, multi-million-pound transfers, merchandise, television deals and cash bungs are as high-profile as the matches played. This revolution and its repercussions for the game's future are discussed in this book, which focuses especially on the 1998 World Cup Finals and their impact on English football, and Manchester United's 1997/98 season at home and in Europe. It goes behind the scenes to explain the business and politics of what is now a major international industry.
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