In this analysis, we look over the life of the Premier League to consider the extent to which top-flight clubs still look to former players to manage their club and at the shifting mix of nationalities of top-flight managers with a focus on English managers.
See our blog post on the conclusions and below is the full report:
Premier League Managers Nationality and Club Background
Our research report looking at the trends and drivers of the England football team’s TV audiences over the last 16 years:
England TV audience analysis
This report uses an econometric model built by Football Economics to quantify the drivers of audiences and estimate household viewing figures for future games. By understanding what drives TV audiences, we can develop a better understanding of football’s appeal and design competitions and schedules that work for fans.
In this analysis, we look at the extent to which top-flight clubs still look to former players to manage their club and how this has changed over the last 20 years.
We look at drivers in the trend, before drawing conclusions and identifying further research questions.
For the full report, click here:
For the supporting data on managers and clubs, click here:
Annex – Manager details 1992 – 2014.xlsx
With two Bundesliga clubs contesting the 2013 Champions League final, we look at the performance of recent winners of the major European leagues. Overall, the analysis shows Germany’s champions have become steadily more forceful in their domestic league and, this year, have reached a level of dominance only usually seen in the Spanish league.
How does international under-21 performance translate into senior-side success?
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A comprehensive analysis of competitiveness in England’s top league (Nov 06).
Competitivness – Press Release
Competitivenss – Full report
Our analysis of how many people will be TV viewers will tune in to the 2006 World Cup.
World Cup Audience Analysis Report