Sport Special, or Sport Overload?

This is one of those periods when it seems that the world exists only for sport, so that even an inveterate enthusiast like me can feel overwhelmed, almost. At every turn, though, the inevitable questions arise about why this mania exists, and why people behave the way they do. First, the Olympics. At this stage … Continue reading

Old Sport, New Money Games

Old Sport, New Business and Governance Challenges  (this first appeared in The Conversation as “Moneyball: Why sporting organisations need to start playing by the rules” Rangers Football Club, the historically Protestant half of Glasgow’s “Old Firm” (the other half being the Catholic Celtic) has entered financial administration to prevent UK tax authorities installing their own … Continue reading