2 edition of The transformation of European football found in the catalog.
The transformation of European football
by Manchester University Press, Distributed in the United States exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan in Manchester, New York, New York
Written in English
|Contributions||García, Borja, Grant, Wyn|
|LC Classifications||GV944.E85 T73 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||2011277049|
About The Transformation of Economic Law. This book is written in honour of Hans-W. Micklitz for his jubilee 70th birthday and the closure of his twelve-year term as the Chair for Economic Law at the European University Institute (EUI). Europe's answer was UEFA, the Union of European Football Associations, founded in at a meeting of Europe's football administrators in Berne, Switzerland (during the World Cup). Within one year, UEFA established a continental football tournament, the European Cup (now known as the Champions League).
The ban on English clubs in European football was lifted for the –91 season, but English champions Liverpool were unable to compete in the European Cup because they had to serve an extra year. The –92 European Cup, which would be the last season under that name, underwent a change, with the quarter-finals being transformed into a. This is the only modern study of European international politics to cover the entire timespan from to Paul Schroeder's comprehensive and authoritative volume charts the course of international history over this turbulent period, in which the map of Europe was redrawn time and timeagain. He examines the wars, political crises, and diplomatic opportunities of the age, many of which.
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Football constitutes a vivid public ritual in contemporary European culture through which emergent social solidarities and new economic networks have come into being.
This fascinating and unique volume traces the transformation of European football from. The book examines the transformation of European football in recent years by focusing on the impact of Europe in general and the EU in particular on the way that the game has evolved in a broad cross section of European states.
The book brings together two significant research agendas: first, that on the governance of sport in Europe/the Format: Hardcover. (). The transformation of European football: towards the Europeanisation of the national game.
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The transformation of European football: towards the Europeanisation of the national game. [Arne Niemann; Borja García; Wyn Grant;] -- The book examines the transformation of European football in recent years by focusing on the impact of Europe in general and the EU in particular on the way that the game has evolved in a broad cross.
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Book Description. Football constitutes a vivid public ritual in contemporary European culture through which emergent social solidarities and new economic networks have come into being.
This fascinating and unique volume traces the transformation of European football from the s to the present, focusing in particular on the dramatic changes. Finally, another interesting finding of this book in relation to the transformation of European football is the presence of a widespread sense of decline among European leagues, both in economic and sporting terms, especially when compared to the major players, such as England and Spain.
Transformation of European Football: Towards the Europeanisation of the national game, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. This is a preliminary version of the chapter, which has been finally published in Niemann, A., Garcia, B.
& Grant, W. (eds. This book is the first to explore and compare football governance, fandom culture and supporter engagement in Europe.
With a specific focus on supporter activism and campaigning, the collection provides a comparative study of several European countries. This fascinating and unique volume traces the transformation of European football from the s to the present, focusing in particular on the dramatic changes that have occurred in the last decade and linking them to the wider process of European integration.
Continental football has always cast a spell over the imagination. From the attacking flair of Real Madrid of the 50s to the defensive brilliance of the Italians in the 60s and onto the total football of the Dutch in the 70s, the European leagues have been where the game has /5(78).
This book is an effort by the same generation of scholars to revisit 'The Transformation of Europe' in view of their own conceptions developed since and thanks to the publication of the piece.
A superb exercise of self-reflection and reappropriation of knowledge. A unique way of rethinking Europe in. This is the only modern study of European international politics to cover the entire timespan from the end of the Seven Years' War in to the revolutionary year of Besides offering a comprehensive and authoritative account of this era's many wars, crises, and diplomatic developments, it reveals its unifying theme; the collapse of the eighteenth-century international system in a.
The Transformation of European Football: Towards the Europeanisation of the national game The book examines the transformation of European football in recent years by focusing on the impact of Europe in general and the EU in particular on the way that the game has evolved in a broad cross section of European states.
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Inglehart, Ronald and Abramson, Paul R. The Transformation of European Social Democracy analyses the party's competitive situation in the electoral arena, the constraints and opportunities of party organisation, and the.
Football is still paramount. The book brings alive Forest’s European successes when, Clough says, “no one gave us a prayer” – you sense he’d love what Leicester are doing, albeit while. This book takes up a question raised about the nature of the European international system in the late eighteenth-early nineteenth centuries by Paul W.
Schroeder's pathbreaking and controversial work, "The Transformation of European Politics, " ().Format: Paperback. The book focuses on the emergence and expansion of media markets, high-performance sport’s transformation by, and effects upon, Cold War dynamics and relations, and the implications of the Treaty of Rome for an emerging European identity in sport as in other areas (for example, the influence of soccer’s governing body in Europe, UEFA, and.
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Are you an author? Learn about Author Central Reviews: 1.football fans now engage with football has changed significantly. The most notable aspect of this evolution is the rapidly increasing use of social media.
The digital transformation – and the technology that fuels it – has enabled fans to interact with their club way beyond the 90 minutes of the actual matches themselves. A little heavy for summer reading but this book was great. A fantastic overview of the transformation of Europe over the course of the 20th century.
A broad understanding of Modern European history is a plus otherwise this book will point you in many worthwhile directions/5(19).