The plight of Leeds United over the past few years has highlighted the latest trend of teams that strive for instant success of a’ Boom or perhaps Bust’ attitude. The relegation of theirs in 2004 showed the errors of this method in addition to ideally clubs are able to take heed of this in the future. Not all clubs with this attitude suffer the same fate as Leeds and there are a handful clubs who have been profitable with this policy.
The initial British club that tried to invest in success were Blackburn Rovers in the 1990’s. Until the development of the Premier League in 1992, the majority of Blackburn’s achievement was pre-1930. Most of this were set to change when area steel magnet Jack Walker bought the club in 1991 and also installed Kenny Dalglish as manager.