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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE GLOBALIZATION AND THEIR EFFECTS 1 English Premier League Globalization and Their Effects Compensation HRMG-5920 Webster University Dr. Shirley Johnson 18 November 2017 English Premier League Globalization and Their Effects
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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE GLOBALIZATION AND THEIR EFFECTS 2 America, the largest economy in the world and its sports fans would leave and average person thinking that their sports teams are the most valuable sports teams in the world. On the contrary, Forbes put the most valuable sports teams in the world are the three soccer teams. Real Madrid at $3.4 billion, Barcelona at $3.2 billion, and Manchester United at 2.8 billion are the most valuable sports teams in the world. One of the top soccer league, the English Premier League, where Manchester United plays generates top revenues. In 1992-1993, the average pay per player of the English Premier League is $210,000 with 69%of the players were Englishmen. Today the average salary is around $3.4 million and only 37% are Englishman. The effects of the tremendous increase in salary per player and the decrease in Englishman are due to globalization. Due to the changes, this essay will examine the effects of English Premier League going globalization.
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