Football clubs should think carefully about zero hours contracts
With the 2013/2014 football season now well underway, football clubs up and down the land are looking to steal a march on their rivals on the pitch and put points on the board. Much of that is down to their players and management staff.
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About the Author
Andrew is a Senior Solicitor in the Employment Team at Mills & Reeve LLP. Much of Andrew’s work focuses on the sports sector. He advises professional football clubs, players and agents on contractual and employment matters, including players’ contracts and disciplinary proceedings.