What a No-Deal Brexit may mean for Future Football Transfer Windows

By Judith McMinn, Owen Jones and Daniel Geey Introduction Halloween is likely to be upon us sooner than we think and with it comes the very real prospect of crashing out of the EU without a deal. The authors appreciate that the broader and more critical issues of the Irish border, food shortages, medical supply …

Premier League Club Broadcasting Monies: The Key Numbers

I had the pleasure of spending some time looking through a number of incredibly impressive and illuminating Swiss Ramble Twitter threads detailing past, present and (projected) future Premier League (EPL) and Champions League (UCL) broadcasting revenue figures. There was some fascinating detail and I wanted to highlight some of the significant numbers involved. £9.2bn: This …

Social Media Content: Sports Stars Be Warned

By Daniel Geey and Chris Paget, Partners in the Sheridans Sports Team Introduction Some readers will have never of heard of KSI, Zoella or DanTDM but each has huge online followings and have forged lucrative careers and brand associations especially across YouTube and Instagram as social media ‘influencers’. Many of the benefits of social media …

Brexit and Football (Again..)

Brexit Podcast Transcript between Daniel Geey and Owen Jones Recorded on 11 April 2019 DG: This is a chat between Daniel Geey of Sheridans Sports Team and Owen Jones, Head of the Immigration Team. What we wanted to do was just set out a short chat between us, bearing in mind obviously everything Brexit related …

When is an Appearance not an Appearance?

By Daniel Geey and Courtney Bryan-Isaacs Over the years, I’ve been asked to review a number of football player employment contracts. This blog sets out why the definition of appearance can be one of the most important contract definitions for clubs, players and agents to consider. Footballer Contract The commercial terms of an employment contract …

The Final Day Conundrum

By Adam Lovatt, Omar Chaudhuri and Daniel Geey This time last year, we wrote a blog on the Premier League fixture list and a few curious anomalies. You can read our original post here. Our original conclusions related to the top five teams in the league (Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool) since …