The first time I heard James Hogan use the word “game changer” was at a football match. It was in May 2013, and we were watching Manchester City play Queens Park Rangers, a match the Etihad-sponsored team needed to win to clinch the Premiership. Two minutes into stoppage time, Edin Dzeko scored to bring the game level to 2-2.
“Game changer!” shouted Hogan.
Two minutes later Manchester City scored again, to claim their first title in 44 years. Hogan was right then. The long-standing Etihad chief executive used the word more recently during a conversation about his airline snapping up stakes in smaller airlines across the world, and I think he may be right again.
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