Posts Tagged "Cardiff City"

Clubs In Crisis: How Time Flies (Part One)

Clubs In Crisis: How Time Flies (Part One)

By on Sep 22, 2010 in English League Football, Finance, Latest | 0 comments

I take a month off to deal with some personal business (successfully, thanks for asking) and look what happens in the world of football. When I last looked, Liverpool’s ownership situation was one of utter chaos, with the current owners insisting on handsome reward for their failures – just like any other bankers. Blackburn Rovers were about to be taken over by an...

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Motherwell vs Cardiff City: Venue – Hamilton Sheriffs Court

Motherwell vs Cardiff City: Venue – Hamilton Sheriffs Court

By on Aug 17, 2010 in English League Football, Latest, Scottish Football | 0 comments

There was something about the loan transfer of Craig Bellamy from Manchester City to Cardiff City that was always going to cause a fuss. Cardiff’s financial travails have been well documented on this site before. Having already been hit with a Football League transfer embargo in December of last year, in March 2010, the club had a winding up order from HMRC...

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At The Sharp End… Dispatches From Southend, Cardiff, Watford, Preston & Portsmouth

At The Sharp End… Dispatches From Southend, Cardiff, Watford, Preston & Portsmouth

By on Jul 6, 2010 in English League Football, Finance, Latest | 4 comments

One of the most useful research tools for football finance writing is the “Football Management” site run by Dr. John Beech of Coventry University. Dr. Beech took ten days off recently, and came back to an in-tray” of HMRC-related football fun which would have blocked out the light from his office windows. Indeed, any hopes that any of us had of football’s financial...

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Cardiff & Southend vs The High Court: Round Three

Cardiff & Southend vs The High Court: Round Three

By on Mar 17, 2010 in English League Football, Finance, Latest | 3 comments

Cardiff City and Southend United were both given a stay of execution recently by the High Court in their bids to stave off winding up petitions brought against them. Mark Murphy takes a look at what they have been up to since then and doesn’t find much cause for encouragement. Well, reports are emerging of a fourth “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie. So...

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