The Pozzo family entered the sports club ownership business in 1986 when Gino’s father Gianpaolo bought the Udinese club and in three seasons, the Udinese Calcio Football Club rose from Series B to the Champions League.
Gino Pozzo would follow in his father’s footsteps buying the Granada F.C. and while being directly involved Granada made it to the Primera Liga for the first time in 35 years. Gino was to be the family mastermind for his work with this F.C. Read This Article to learn more.
Pozzo’s buy another F.C.
In 2012, he bought the Watford Football Club with the same intentions as when he purchased the Udinese and Granada but with a little more expected. “We really believe Watford are going to be our top project for the future – further down the road – because of the potential of English football.”
In doing this, they would change the game. The Pozzo’s would make trading and player recruitment the center of their ownership model. Their overall strategy is to create a “structure of inherent support that will assist the development and success of the incumbent coach, while also addressing potential changes in managers in the future, without upsetting the club’s essential framework.” Visit This Page for related information.
The Watford Club
According to Gino Pozzo, the club has had a number of head coaches since this model has been implemented but there is a stable environment being built around the club. Now if a new coach comes in, they can continue development while the infrastructure remains in place.
Watford FC made it to the Premier League in three years due to the Pozzo family. With New manager Javi Garcia the club has lost to Manchester City and Liverpool but is still retaining their position in the Premier League. Gino continues to improve the club either with more signings or by improving the team’s training grounds.