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Brady named in business list top 20


Filed: Thursday, 30th March 2017
By: Staff Writer


West Ham vice chair Karren Brady has been named as one of the top 20 most influential people in football business.

FC Business magazine today released their list of the 100 most inflential people in football business since 2004 in order to celebrate their 100th edition. And West Ham Board member Brady is the highest place woman on the list, having been ranked at #17 by the magazine.




"The #fcbusiness100 is a list of the people who have made a lasting contribution to football over the last 13 years," read a press release. "Compiled by the writers and editor of fcbusiness magazine the list shows the depth and diversity of figures that have graced the game - some for good reasons, others for bad reasons."

FC Business editor Aaron Gourley added: "Football has changed dramatically since fcbusiness was first published in 2004. The #fcbusiness100 most influential people is a snap shot of some of the figures that have shaped the game in one way or another. Without these people football would not have developed the way it has."

Topping the list is Premier League executive Richard Scudamore, closely followed by disgraced former FIFA chief Sepp Blatter and UEFA's Michel Platini. Other names to be linked with West Ham are agent Kia Joorabchian (#43), Mike Newell (whistleblower) and Thomas Hitzlsperger (#97).




The top 20 is as follows, or you may see the full list here.

1. Richard Scudamore (Premier League)
2. Sepp Blatter (ex-FIFA)
3. Michel PLatini (ex-UEFA)
4. Roman Abramovich (Chelsea)
5. Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nayhan (Manchester City)
6. Gianni Infantino (FIFA)
7. Alexander Ceferin (UEFA)
8. Greg Clarke (The FA)
9. Martin Glenn (The FA)
10. Andy Burnham (MP)

11. Barney Francis (Sky Sports)
12. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern Munich)
13. David Gill (ex-Manchester Utd)
14. Malcolm Glazier (Manchester Utd)
15. Lord Mawhinney (Football League)
16. Rupert Murdoch (News International)
17. Karren Brady (West Ham Utd)
18. Xi Jinping (President of China)
19. Tracey Crouch (MP)
20. Gavin Patterson (BT)





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