English football and third party ownership



England manager Sam Allardyce is in hot water after being caught making unguarded comments in a sting by a national newspaper.
The most controversial comments made by Allardyce were about third-party ownership to undercover reporters from The Daily Telegraph.
Here, Press Association Sport answers the key questions about the issue.
What is third-party ownership?
Third-party ownership is where a player's economic rights are owned wholly or partly by private investors, often in partnership with the club he plays for. The investors hope to make a profit when the player is sold on to another... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 24
Source: Belper News
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