Was just watching the latest ‘The Price of Football’ podcast with Kieran Maguire who said he has booked a representative of Gamechanger 20 to come on soon and discuss the Arizona pension fund in detail. Will be a interesting listen when it comes out.
Fitting a 4-2-3-1 formation and considering those under contract
Contract option for Donacien, Wilson, Toto, Bishop and El Miz New 2 year+ option contract for Nydam Loan/sell Holy and Dozzell
Suggested signings- Lee Burge, Sunderland Chey Dunkley, Sheff Wed, to be captain Harry Pickering, Season Loan, Blackburn Lee Evans, Wigan Scott Twine- Swindon Charlie Kirk, Crewe Ronan Curtis, Pompy Solomon-Otobor- Wigan Morgan Rogers- season loan, Man City (currently at Lincoln) St- Luke Jephcott- Plymouth Would be happy to miss out on a couple of these for quality loans
This would look like this: Gk- Burge, Cornell Rb- K V-Y, Donacien Cb x2- Dunkley, Wilson, Woolf, Toto Lb- Pickering, Kenlock Cdm x2- Downes, Evans, Nydam, Dozzell Cam- Twine, Bishop Lm/Lcam- Curtis, Kirk Rm/Rcam- Rogers, Solomon-Otobor St- Norwood, Jephcott, Hawkins Extra squad players- El Miz and Dobra
Just watched a youtube video from January of Brett Johnson contributing on a panel re-global investment in football clubs, including those in the UK.
The panel covers the potential of investment in lower league clubs, benefits of multi-club ownerships, mistakes that can be made, such as stripping away history and culture from clubs and highlights the importance of involving people around clubs with vast football experience, amongst other areas.
Brett states he is close to investing in a English club (which we now know to be us), has long-term strategies and a large interest in the women’s game. I found it really reassuring for him to be part of this panel- he was listening hard and seemingly has taken some of the ideas expressed on board. It made me feel fortunate and even more excited for the future.
If anyone wants to give it a watch, here is the link: