If you consider how much you should pay for a house, you will be influenced by the asking price. In his best-selling book Thinking, Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahneman tells us that the same house will appear more valuable if it’s listed price is high than if it is low.
This phenomenon is known as […]
- It’s that time of year again; when players’ contracts expire. At least for the majority of clubs in Europe the end of season triggers the often uncomfortable discussions with players and their representatives, where the ultimate outcome is either renew or release.
- Last week, the head of technical scouting at Leicester City FC Rob Mackenzie published a series of Tweets on methods clubs still use to recruit players, which have little to do with empirical assessment and a lot to do with “who you know.”
- I've previously written about the weaknesses of the manager dominated transfer strategy traditionally followed by most English clubs. But, whilst a diverse range of voices will help a club to more often make good decisions, it is equally true that once a decision has been made, the club must speak with one voice in its implementation.