The football managerial merry-go-round: employing former players & backroom staff: part 1
Employment law specialist Richard Williams examines the legal issues surrounding the hot topic of managerial changes in football. In this first part he takes a look at the legality of a new manager seeking to bring with him from his former club his players and/or backroom staff.
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About the Author
Richard Williams is Senior Legal Counsel at Coca-Cola Enterprises, specialising in Employment and Commercial Law. He has previously worked at Dentons and SJ Berwin, as well as in-house counsel for Virgin Atlantic. Richard has particular experience in the sports sector, working with teams, sponsors and governing bodies.