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The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the budgets of selected clubs in the Premier League
Zelinka, David ; Šíma, Jan (advisor) ; Krause, Veronika (referee)
Title: The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the budgets of selected clubs in the Premier League Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to determine the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the budgets and management of selected clubs in the Premier League. Methods: Qualitative methods of data collection were used in the thesis. Specifically, the method of document analysis (examination) and the method of data envelopment analysis DEA were used. The results were captured using graphs and tables. Results: The collected data revealed the disparate impact of the pandemic on the budgets of selected clubs in the Premier League. In absolute terms, the pandemic has hit the big six clubs hardest. The loss of revenue from ticket sales represented the biggest blow to the clubs' budgets. The largest revenue component: TV rights, was not significantly affected. The commercial revenue as the third main revenue item showed overwhelmingly an upward trend despite the pandemic. The expenditure component, consisting mainly of wages and operating expenses, has generally increased for the former and decreased for the latter, notwithstanding the pandemic. The DEA analysis found out that the least efficient teams (Everton FC, Crystal Palace FC) often recorded the loss in the seasons prior to the pandemic. This indicates...
The perception of VAR technology by fans of Prague first league football teams
Zelinka, David ; Crossan, William Morea (advisor) ; Šíma, Jan (referee)
Title: The perception of VAR technology by fans of Prague first league football teams Objectives: The aim of this Bachelor thesis is to find out, by means of marketing research, how fans of Prague's first league football teams perceive the current functioning of VAR technology in the football environment. Methods: In this thesis quantitative methods of data collection were used. It was a survey. The questionnaire was published electronically. The results were captured using graphs and tables. Results: Based on the information obtained from the respondents, it became clear that the vast majority of respondents perceived VAR technology positively. However, they have objections to the current functioning. Keywords: Opinions, football league, fans, VAR, public relations, feedback