When Gino Pozzo is questioned about the success he has achieved as the owner of English Premier League club, Watford F.C., the discussion often turns to the high turnover of coaches. Gino Pozzo is often tasked with bringing to life the ideas of his recruitment department that is home to a group of experienced professional scouts who travel the world looking for the best players and coaches. Professionalism and the development of a clear approach to profit-making have led to the work of Gino Pozzo being praised by a number of soccer experts.
Unlike many owners of professional soccer clubs, Gino Pozzo has become a leader in the profit-making sector of the sporting world. The skills honed by Gino Pozzo began with a move to the Catalonian capital of Barcelona that is a soccer hub throughout the world with many professionals flocking to the Spanish region. After his family completed their move to become the owners of Udinese when the club was in financial difficulties, the same model was used by Gino Pozzo to identify F.C. Grenada and Watford as potential clubs to be purchased under the leadership of Gino Pozzo. F.C. Grenada was purchased by Gino Pozzo when the club was over $10 million in debt and Watford bought when the club was languishing in the fourth tier of the English soccer pyramid.
What has managed to push the Pozzo family to the top of the professional soccer sector is a group of professional soccer scouts who are tasked with finding the most impressive players in the world. Gino Pozzo believes there is a way to build a successful business model without the constant input of the same head coach for a number of years. Instead, the club has managed to make a profit and remain stable by sticking to a dedicated style of play at all times.