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    How Social Media helped improve fan engagement for The Premier League Social media should be considered as some sort of permeating factor in today 's society. Gone are the days when Social media was considered a novelty or a passing fad. Several industries began utilizing social media as a form to improve interaction between consumers and customers alike. After measured rumination of the juxtaposition of social media apropos of corporations, brands, and industries, This research paper highlights the budding relationship social media has with sports teams, sports brands, and sport organizations specifically the Premier League, and considers the improvements in relations between fan and club, thereby accurately influencing the the exposure…

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    In 1992, on May the first division of football league was resigned and the groups formed “The Super League” later the name was changed to Premier league. This transforming increased the revenue because new TV contract were established, and the revenue that was collected enabled this group of English teams to try to catch up with their Italian and Spanish counterparts especially in the department of money. The Barclays Premier League currently is the biggest constant annual worldwide sporting…

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    Insurance Premier League is an event conducted by account executives (Committee) in my organization to collect innovative ideas for the insurance industry. The most innovative idea will be awarded and presented to the leading Insurance companies in the U.S. and Europe. As a Senior Project Manager, I have successfully led and delivered several insurance projects. Based on my knowledge and experience in the insurance industry, I devised a futuristic idea which could potentially increase the top…

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    Chelsea Football Club

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    on 10 March 1905 at The Rising Sun pub, (now The Butcher's Hook) opposite today's main entrance to the ground on the Fulham Road. Since there was already a team named Fulham in the borough, the name of the adjacent borough, the Metropolitan Borough of Chelsea, was settled on after London FC, Kensington FC and Stamford Bridge FC had been rejected. Blue shirts were adopted by Mears, after the racing colours of Lord Chelsea, along with white shorts and dark blue socks. Chelsea's stadium, Stamford…

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    First, To start things off we are going to look at his childhood. According to The famous people website He was born on May 2nd, 1975 around the London area. He was a middle child of two sisters. His parents were named David Edward Beckham and Sandra Georgina. As a young child he was very interested in soccer because of his parents, they were huge Manchester United fans. In high school Beckham dropped out of playing high school soccer and moved away from home to play in Manchester United's…

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    Hugo Boss Research Paper

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    scorers this campaign and clearly one of the game’s elite players. Tottenham is hopeful for his return sometime in the middle of April, a development that would be critical as the club is set to face off against the Manchester United for the FA Cup seminal on April 21. Who is Harry Kane? Harry Kane is a professional soccer player who currently plays as striker for the Tottenham Hotspur as well as the English national team. Kane was born in London on July 28, 1993. He made his debut with…

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    FIFA justifies their decision by saying “women receive a higher base salary-around $72,000 annually” (White 2). There are other justifications for opposition to this side that says “Top athletes play for club and country. Club refers to their regular jobs, for teams in Major League Soccer, the English Premier League or the other leagues around the world. The most talented also play for country, their national team. Most earnings come from club salaries, with national teams paying less money, for…

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    May 8, 2013, the most successful soccer manager of all time Sir Alex Ferguson retired. He managed Manchester United from November 1986 to May 2013. During his 26 years at the club he won 36 trophies including 13 Premier League and two UEFA Champions League titles(www.telegraph.co.uk). Since his departure, United have struggled to find a new identity with his successor, David Moyes lasting less than a year and Louis Van Gaal lasting two season. They started the new season with a new manager, Jose…

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    through. His parents were fans for the Manchester United and David inherited the love for the soccer team, making his main sporting passion soccer. As a child, David ran cross-country and usually the first to finish the races in the Essex cross-country championships. David tried out for a spot in the junior English league and he was rejected because he was small. He was a mascot for the Manchester United when they played against West Ham United in 1986. He played a two-year period for the…

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    Shoot Out Book Report

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    Gavin Hoben Mrs. Williams English 9 CP 17 September 2017 Summer Reading Project- Shoot-Out By: Mike Lupica Summary: The book I read over the summer was called Shoot-Out written by Mike Lupica. This inspiring story is about a soccer player named Jake Stuart. The story begins with main character interacting with his first conflict. Jake has to move to a new part of his town. At first, Jake isn’t bothered with this change of setting, but he is bothered by the new soccer team. The team located in…

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