Last year was one of the most dramatic in recent years with several clubs having the opportunity to win the title but somehow contriving to lose out with just a few games remaining.
(PRWEB UK) 1 October 2014
The transfer window is closed and the influx of multi-million pound players now gracing the Premier League are starting to wow fans up and down the country. DSG have seen the vast power of the Premier League provide a massive boost to their social networks.
DSG are well known for their huge social media presence with many existing social communities around football having their origin with the Footymad network. All of the PFA players also have their social presence enhanced with DSG expertise. DSG constantly adapt and evolve their delivery to Facebook and Twitter with several million fans now interacting across Facebook, Google, Twitter and others.
Football fans have flocked to the DSG Facebook pages of Premier League teams such as Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City. Today they have announced the page of Manchester United who’s fans have historically had massive interest on DSG sites such as football.co.uk has seen huge growth since the start of the Premier League season.
Head of Operations at DSG. Matthew Tait has this to say: “We obviously put a lot of work into creating second-to-none communities with great attention to detail in our content. It’s no surprise to see the pages are being so well received as our audiences have come to expect a fantastic level of engagement with our content. Manchester United are slowly finding their feet with new additions to a rapidly evolving squad that will take a while to settle. Expectations are of course extremely high now for United to get back into European competitions by the end of the season.”
Jason Hope, Content Manager of DSG believes that the team Facebook presence will increase dramatically with the Premier League now into full-flow: “Last year was one of the most dramatic in recent years with several clubs having the opportunity to win the title but somehow contriving to lose out with just a few games remaining. Man United are looking to get back into the mix of top Premier League teams and have certainly made the moves for managers and players to suggest they have the ambition to return to the summit of the Premier League and Europe. Man United do of course have the revenue streams to fund big budget acquisitions but they do need to lift themselves in the coming months into a position of contention to satisfy the doubters. We are extremely pleased that our social presence has reflected this new growth in hope at Manchester United.”
Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as Football.co.uk, Sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.