Whether in business or football, all interim managers need certain skills to succeed. The use of interim managers is on the increase, so Alium Partners takes a look at the successes and failures of UK football’s iterim managers to find out who is the king of interim.
Does the high level of investment guarantee a football club a top position in the major leagues? Which derby matches arouse the most interest? This infographic from Bet.Unibet looks at the rivalries of the top clubs.
Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund travel to Wembley Stadium, London for the the Champions League final which takes place on the 25th of May 2013. This is going to be the first time when two German teams meet in the final. Check out this infographic from BigFREEBet.com and let the facts speak for now!
The following infographic from insure4sport Blog is a tribute for the outgoing Manchester United Manager, Sir Alex Ferguson. After 27 years in the business he is retiring from management after turning United from a struggling side to England’s most successful club.
Manager, leader, legend; the football world was shocked this month by the sudden retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson, the legendary manager of Manchester United. This timeline infographic from Fluid Creativity looks back on all 26 years of Fergie’s time at the United helm, recalling good times, bad times and some times you may have even forgot happened.
With the NFL Draft right around the corner, InetSoft Technology Corp thought it’d be a great idea to get some statistics and facts on the draft so they created an infographic titled “NFL Draft 101″. They started by examining the top ten NFL draft picks by position from 2002-2011. From there they took a closer look at the pro bowl starters from 2008-2013 and noticed that most starters come from the top 50 picks of the draft, but there were a surprising amount of undrafted starters that appeared in the Pro Bowl.
A football team and marketing team have more in common than you might think. This infographic presented by Insightera takes a look at how the Super Bowl team mates relate to different marketing strategies.
The Superdome is hosting its seventh Super Bowl Sunday, more than any other stadium. It ushered in an era of primetime Super Bowls. It introduced the world to The Fridge. It was where Brett Favre solidified his iconic status. And it’s where the Patriots stunned the Rams.This Sunday it hosts the Ravens and the 49ers, in what will surely add to the facility’s lore. Check out CBS Sports interactive graphic of various moments throughout Superdome history.
Football has been played in forms since around 2,000 BC. In 1845 the first rules were drawn up by pupils at Rugby School, beginning the split away from football towards a more full contact sport. Australia, Canada and America then set down their own rules, and a third sport emerged from those early beginnings. Explore the history of this great sport in the following infographic by monsterbet.co.uk.
With the Super Bowl right around the corner, emaint.com shares the following infographic which looks at the history of the Super Bowl. This is history that every football fan should know. Make sure to memorize some of these facts and quiz your friends during the big game.
On Jan. 6, millions of NFL fans saw one of the most-talked-about – and most-cringe-worthy – knee injuries in sports history. During a 2013 wild-card playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks, rookie Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III fell to the turf after twisting his right knee. Diagnosis: Serious damage to Griffin’s anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), lateral collateral ligament (LCL) and medial meniscus.
Many American’s anxiously await football season. Football has become a big part of our culture. However, during football season, cable and satellite providers get bombarded with customer service inquiries. This infographic presented by ClickSoftware provides a look at how Americans watch football as well as how cable and satellite companies are dealing with customer service.
Footballers (soccer players) and their tweetings have become a very big part of Twitter. Where once you were lucky to get a quick interview after a match, nowadays you can follow their every move both on and off the pitch. Even the clubs themselves are opening Twitter pages, to allow their millions of fans worldwide an opportunity to have their say. See all the details in this infographic by bet.unibet.