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Can one of the world’s most profitable football clubs keep growing if it no longer wins the biggest competitions?
The technocrat, not the strongman, is the new face of global football
Former athletes land consultancy work and speaking gigs but are they any good?
A great manager serves football lessons with a little management in a cool, empathetic style
Former executive education students pick the famous person they want as a business partner
Coaches sate desire from mainly male executives for sporting glory to help achieve business success
From Gillian Tett’s ‘The Silo Effect’ to an interview with Tracy Chevalier
How dramatic decline has followed Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure as manager
It is neither inevitable nor always possible to produce an elegant victory
FT critics and experts select their must-read titles
Reader comments on Herminia Ibarra’s column on the myth that the two roles are mutually exclusive
It is instructive to trace this archetype back to its origins
With The Special One seemingly bound for Old Trafford, we republish Janan Ganesh’s profile
Chief would need to sell at a better price than one currently ascribed by the market
The football legend and the venture capitalist talk about the difference between managers and leaders
How does the Dutchman compare to David Moyes, after accounting for strength of opposition?
Former Manchester United manager co-writes book on leadership, on and off the football field
Methods that are a recipe for success at one club are far from straightforward to replicate at another
The agent controls the game’s primary commodity – top talent, say Simon Kuper and Peter Wise