Udinese is on the top of the Italian soccer championship, but it’s not only soccer we are talking about. According to Franco Soldati, it’s not only a matter of good players or coaches, but all cames from the society balances.
Udinese is one of the few A serie teams that actually gains a profit, thanks to a very strict control of the spending, and attention to capital gains. With many observers around the world, a maximum salary policy, and a fast turnover of soccer players, it’s able, despite its dimension of a “small city club”, to become a real trouble for greater teams.
Yves Doz explains that in very dynamic situations enterprise caracterized by strategic agility have more chance, and this is, apparently, just the case of Udinese.