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serieaweekly podcastVery happy to welcome Mr. Kieron O’Connor the man behind The Swiss Ramble blog. Kieron joins us to discuss the bottom-line in Italian Serie A football finance.

We start the show off by discussing his latest ramble on Fiorentina - “The Most Profitable Club in Serie A”

Give us a listen and leave comments for Adam and Kevin, and make sure to follow TheSwissRamble on twitter

Topics include,

  • Fiorentina at the Top!
  • UEFA fair play
  • the return of JUVE, sweet justice
  • Equality of the TV pie
  • the story of Inter-lite

People of interest include, Diego Della Valle, Massimo Moratti, Thomas DiBenedetto, Cecchi Gori family, Ibra
and Kaka!

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Update: below is a new version of the podcast with normalized audio output, enjoy listeners.

5 Responses so far.

  1. Walker says:

    sorry Ted you’ll have to deal with the volume changes again until I can get the podcast normalized. Actually it isn’t that bad

  2. Ted says:

    Didn’t notice any audio changes. Informative podcast by the way.

  3. Walker says:

    new version uploaded, big thanks to Hannah our sound tech. you can find Hannah on twitter under iamhannah make sure to say hello

  4. Ted says:

    Hi Hannah!!! As long as she’s not a Interista, then she’s coo. JK.

  5. MBM says:

    Swiss Ramble? More like Swiss charlatan. He claims :

    “The reality is that Italian football continues to be in a financial mess with clubs living well above their means” compared to German and French clubs maybe but certainly not compared to clubs from England & Spain. According to UEFA’s football landscape PDF published in 2009, not Deloitte and there pointless reports on revenue and the Swiss Ramble and his sources (which he doesn’t list), according to UEFA levels of debts in €billions - England - 3.9, Spain 1.2, Italy - 0.6 and bear in mind these levels are before the new Serie A collective TV deal and Roma takeover.

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