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Following Bayern Munich’s imperious start to the season, on the back of 10 Bundesliga titles in a row, I thought it might be interesting to look at their finances, even though it’s been a while since they published their 2020/21 accounts #FCBayern
Despite the significant impact of COVID, #FCBayern “achieved sound financial results”, once again posting a pre-tax profit, though down from €17m to €5m (€2m after tax). Revenue (club definition) fell €54m (8%) from €698m to €644m, largely offset by €42m cut in expenses.
#FCBayern revenue hit by COVID driven reductions in match day, down €59m (83%) to €12m, and commercial, down €15m (4%) to €345m, while transfer income dropped €31m to €33m. Broadcasting rose €51m (25%) to €255m, mainly due to money deferred from extended 2019/20 season.
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Wie viele #Bundesliga-Vereine haben Verantwortliche für #Nachhaltigkeit, kennen ihren CO2-Fußabdruck und haben ein CO2-Reduktionsziel?
Die Fragen habe ich allen 36 DFL-Klubs gestellt. Hier ein Thread mit allen (Nicht-)Antworten der Vereine. Insgesamt sieht das Ergebnis so aus. Zu sehen ist ein Balken-Diagramm. Überschrift: Nachhaltigke
Zwei Drittel der Vereine in der 1. und 2. #Bundesliga-Vereine kennen ihren CO2-Fußabdruck nicht. Vier haben bereits ein Reduktionsziel. Die DFL hat Nachhaltigkeitskriterien verabschiedet, damit die Zahl steigt. Vielen reicht das Tempo nicht. @sportschau
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Meine Fragen waren:

Beschäftigt Ihr Verein einen Nachhaltigkeitsbeauftragten?
Hat Ihr Verein den CO2-Fußabdruck berechnet?
Hat Ihr Verein spezifisches, messbares und terminiertes Ziel zur Reduktion der CO2-Emissionen?

Hier die Antworten aller Bundesligisten:
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Interview de Leroy #Sané à @TheAthleticUK Via @honigstein :

"Notre saison s’est arrêtée. Peu à peu, les choses se sont effondrées. Ma motivation est de jouer contre les meilleurs au monde, c’est la seule façon de savoir à quel point je suis vraiment bon." #FCBayern
Leroy Sané : "Je ne dis jamais « C’est tout. Une bonne saison me suffit, maintenant je peux juste jouer un peu. » Non. Après avoir battu quelqu'un une fois, le défi est de savoir s'il s'est amélioré et de le battre à nouveau."
Sané: "C'est ce qui me fait avancer. C'est ce qui me pousse à faire mes meilleures performances. C'est de la pression, oui. Mais j'aime ce genre de pression. Se mesurer aux meilleurs au monde est le défi que j'apprécie le plus."
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Joshua Kimmich en @tzmuenchen interview avec @kessler_philipp & @mano_bonke :

A propos du match de demain : "En général, Francfort est toujours inconfortable à jouer. Ils ont une mentalité de combat très impressionnante."
J. Kimmich : "Ils ont également montré la saison dernière qu'ils sont aussi capables de jouer au football. Surtout si vous avez suivi leur parcours en Europa League. Ils ont battu un très grand nom du Barça."
Kimmich : "Ils se sont également bien renforcés, notamment avec Mario Götze. On a le sentiment que les responsables de Francfort ont des projets."
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Comment vas-tu quelques, jours après la tournée américaine 🇺🇸 ?

David Harold :

"Je lutte encore un peu contre le décalage horaire. Ces derniers jours, je suis toujours tombé dans un petit trou dans l'après-midi, mais je me suis forcé à rester éveillé." (FCB) #FCBayern
Herold : "Ça se stabilise lentement à nouveau, mais sinon je suis en forme et j'attends avec impatience les prochaines tâches."
Comment avez-vous appris que vous alliez en Amérique avec l'équipe de Bundesliga ?

Herold : "Sur le chemin du retour à Munich après le premier match amateur à Eichstätt, mes entraîneurs m'ont dit pour la première fois que je pouvais me préparer pour une semaine en Amérique."
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Matthijs de Ligt sur ses premiers jours à Munich :

"C'était très bien ! Le club est très bien organisé, l'entraînement est excellent, tout comme l'entraîneur. Et la ville est vraiment agréable. J'aime bien cet endroit." [Kicker] #FCBayern Image
Matthijs de Ligt sur la différence d'entraînement entre le Bayern et la Juventus :

"Je me suis bien intégré ici. En Italie, on s'entraîne généralement un peu plus longtemps qu'au Bayern, mais les séances sont un peu plus intenses ici."
de Ligt : "Ce sont des philosophies différentes et toutes deux sont intéressantes."
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Julian Nagelsmann a surpris ses protégés en leur imposant un entraînement intensif en vue de la nouvelle saison, une charge de travail extrême avant une saison extrêmement exigeante. [@SPORTBILD] #FCBayern Image
L'entraîneur a également introduit un nouveau système de points pour l'équipe à partir de la nouvelle saison. Toutes les performances des joueurs à l'entraînement et leurs victoires en match d'entraînement sont désormais enregistrées et inscrites dans des tableaux.
Cela permet à l'équipe d'entraîneurs de s'appuyer sur des chiffres et des statistiques pour décider des alignements. La saison 2022/23 sera une sorte de test de maturité pour Nagelsmann.
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UEFA have announced new Financial Sustainability regulations from June 2022. President Aleksander Ceferin explained, “The evolution of the football industry, alongside the inevitable financial effects of the pandemic, has shown the need for wholesale reform and new regulations.”
UEFA director Andrea Traverso noted, “Competitive imbalance cannot be addressed simply by financial regulations. It must be addressed in combination with other measures. This is why we changed the name. The name fair play was interpreted as creating a level playing field.”
Ceferin added, “UEFA’s first financial regulations, introduced in 2010, served their primary purpose.” Now, instead of so-called Financial Fair Play, the focus is on the financial sustainability of clubs with 3 key pillars being monitored: solvency, stability and cost control.
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There have been a few analyses of football club debt published recently, which are at best misleading, if not downright incorrect. So it’s once again time to wheel out my explanation of why debt figures should be treated with caution, as there are so many different definitions.
For the purpose of this review I will take the 2020/21 audited accounts of those clubs featuring in the Deloitte Money League (with the exception of Zenit St Petersburg, where I have not managed to source the details).
At the narrowest extreme, we have just bank debt, but the broadest extreme covers total liabilities, which includes all financial obligations, including transfer debt, staff payables, tax liabilities, trade creditors, provisions, accrued expenses and even deferred income.
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UEFA has published the revenue distributions for the Champions League and Europa League in the 2020/21 season. Although these are very close to the modelled figures that I have previously provided, I thought some people might like to have the final, official figures.
Unsurprisingly, the two Champions League finalists earned the most with winners #CFC and #runners-up MCFC receiving £105m and £104m respectively, followed by #RealMadrid and #PSG, both £96m, then #FCBayern £81m and #LFC £77m.
Clubs in the Europa League received a lot less with winners #Villarreal getting only £29m, followed by semi-finalists #AFC £26m and #ASRoma £21m, then #THFC £16m. Runners-up #MUFC earned £15m after dropping down from the Champions League, while #LCFC got £14m.
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A year ago 12 clubs announced a European Super League (ESL) before fan protests led to a humiliating climbdown just days later. However, the factors that drove the 12 clubs to this deeply unpopular move largely remain. It’s still all about money: a combination of fear and greed.
There is little doubt that many of the 12 Super League clubs continue to face serious financial problems. To some extent, this helps explain why the “dirty dozen” would seek more revenue, but that certainly does not excuse their horribly ill-conceived plan.
It is somewhat ironic that these clubs lamented the perilous state of their finances while simultaneously claiming that they had all the answers. Their argument that the Super League would somehow benefit the wider football family should also be taken with a large pinch of salt.
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Quick financial comparison of the clubs in this week’s Champions League quarter-finals. This is based on the most recent 2020/21 accounts, which were significantly impacted by COVID (with nearly all games played behind closed doors), but the differences are still instructive.
Based on revenue, a couple of ties appear to be mismatches, namely #FCBayern vs Villarreal and #LFC vs Benfica, while #MCFC also have a big advantage against #Atleti. The closest game on paper is #RealMadrid against #CFC.
It’s a similar story for wages where #FCBayern and #LFC pay almost four times as much as Villarreal and Benfica, while #MCFC wage bill is over £100m more than #Atleti. Interestingly, #RealMadrid and #CFC have almost identical wage bills.
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Deloitte have published the 25th edition of their annual Football Money League, which ranks the world’s leading football clubs by revenue, this time covering the 2020/21 season. Some thoughts in the following thread.
Deloitte said that the Money League remains “the most contemporary and reliable independent analysis of the top clubs’ relative financial performance”, which is largely true, even though they had to re-issue this year’s report after initially mis-stating #Milan revenue.
Revenue has obviously been significantly impacted by COVID-19. Deloitte estimate that the Money league clubs have missed out on well over €2 bln of revenue over the 2019/20 and 2020/21 season as a result of the pandemic.
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Wer in #Dubai keine Sklaven sieht und sich an hunderten Toten nicht stört, der untergräbt auch den Mindestlohn.

Jugendtrainer arbeiteten beim #FCBayern für 450€, machen aber auch mal 30 Überstunden pro Woche. Unbezahlt, versteht sich.
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Spieler verdienen 10, oder 15 Mio. € im Jahr, beim Jugendtrainer aber bei einem Minijob die Überstunden einsparen wollen.

Geht es noch dreckiger?
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Ob #Kahn, wenn er jetzt seinen Jugendtrainer trifft, zum Dank auch sagt, "solche wie dich, gibt es hunderte da draußen"?
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🚨 EXCLUSIVE THIS IS IT© , The #SuperLeague company has now finalised selecting the leadership structure with #Inter Milan CEO Marotta becoming the CEO of the Super League company I can confirm.

Florentino Perez is the president while Agnelli is the vice president #RM #Juventus
🚨 EXCLUSIVE: Intense negotiations are ongoing between the #SuperLeague and various clubs and I can confirm #FCBayern have now reached an agreement and will be joining the league.

#FCBayern CEO Oliver #Khan has been hugely involved in negotiations I can confirm
🚨 EXCLUSIVE: #Ajax , #Lyon and #Porto are also in talks I can confirm. #Ajax asked to be fixed as a permanent member but was denied.

They would only accept #FCBayern as a permanent member. #BVB are also in the talks.
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Mehrere Mitglieder des @FCBayern wollen mit einem Antrag auf der Mitgliederversammlung des Klubs für ein Ende des Sponsoringgeschäfts mit Qatar Airways sorgen, da dieses "mit den Werten unseres Vereins nicht vereinbar ist". #FCBayern

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Im Antrag heißt es: "Wir können zu den Zuständen in Katar nicht weiter schweigen, denn auch das Schweigen ist ein politisches Statement, nämlich eine Bekundung der Gleichgültigkeit gegenüber Menschenrechtsverletzungen und Korruption."
Menschrechtsverletzungen und die Ausbeutung von Gastarbeiter*innen in Katar sind durch viele Berichte gut dokumentiert. Heute berichtet die @sportschau zudem, dass Katar möglicherweise eine Berichterstattung über die Zustände zu verhindern versuchte.

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Borussia Dortmund 2020/21 accounts cover a season seriously impacted by COVID, when they finished third in the Bundesliga, won the DFB Cup and reached the Champions League quarter-finals. Head coach Lucien Favre was replaced by Marco Rose for 2021/22. Some thoughts follow #BVB
#BVB pre-tax loss widened from €47m to €73m, as revenue dropped €35m (9%) from €379m to €345m and profit on player sales fell €25m from €40m to €15m, partly offset by cutting operating expenses by €31m and net interest payable decreasing €2m.
#BVB €35m revenue fall was due to COVID driven reductions in match operations, down €32m (98%) to €1m, and commercial, down €21m (12%) to €147m. On the other hand, broadcasting rose €17m (10%) to €187m, mainly Champions League money, while other income was up €1m to €10m
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Given the importance of wage bills to the likely success of football clubs, I thought that it would be interesting to look at wages for the Big 5 European leagues in the 2019/20 season (the most recently published accounts). Some thoughts in the following thread.
As a technical note, I have converted wages from Euro denominated leagues to GBP using the 1.14 exchange rate from the Deloitte Money League. To facilitate comparison, I have provided figures for each league in both Euros and GBP, though the overviews are only in GBP.
In England the highest wage bill in 2019/20 was #MCFC £351m, followed by #LFC £326m, #MUFC £284m, #CFC £283m, #AFC £225m and #THFC £181m. It is worth noting that some clubs’ figures were inflated by changing their year-end date, which meant the accounts covered 13 months.
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Paris Saint-Germain’s signing of Lionel #Messi from #FCBarcelona has come as a major surprise to the footballing world. This thread will look at the financial implications and explain how #PSG are likely to still be able to meet UEFA’s Financial Fair Play (FFP) targets.
Despite a €99m (15%) fall in revenue in 2020, partly due to the COVID pandemic, #PSG wage bill still rose €43m (12%) to €414m, the club’s highest ever. This was more than 3 times as much as the closest challenger in France, Lyon with €132m, representing 29% of Ligue 1 wages.
#PSG €414m wage bill is the second highest in Europe, only surpassed by #FCBarcelona €443m (before their La Liga salary cap challenges), but more than clubs like #MCFC €401m, #RealMadrid €378m, #LFC €371m, #FCBayern €340m, #MUFC €324m and #CFC €323m.
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No sooner had a European Super League (ESL) been announced than the plans were shelved, at least for the time being, but what were the factors that drove the 12 breakaway clubs to this deeply unpopular move? As usual, it was all about money, a combination of fear and greed.
Whether football is broken is debatable, but there is little doubt that many of the 12 Super League clubs are facing serious financial problems. To some extent, this helps explain why the “dirty dozen” would seek more revenue, but does not excuse this horribly ill-conceived plan.
You don’t have to look too far to see the seriousness of the financial predicament with pre-tax losses of the 12 ESL clubs adding up to a worrying £667m, even before #LFC announce their results. Three of them lost more than £100m: #Milan £169m, #MCFC £125m and #FCBarcelona £112m.
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After news of the European Super League broke, the estimated earnings of clubs from the Big Five leagues in the 2020/21 Champions League might seem a little bit “after the Lord Mayor’s show”, but here’s an analysis up to the semi-finals in any case.
I should emphasise that these figures can only be considered as indicative. They are based on UEFA’s revenue distribution guidelines, but also include estimates for the TV pool and rebates to broadcasters following losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Based on my assumptions, the top 10 TV earnings from the Champions League up to the semi-finals are: #PSG €109m, #RealMadrid €109m, #MCFC €104m, #CFC €101m, #FCBayern €92m, #LFC €88m, #FCBarcelona €84m, #Juventus €82m, #BVB €78m and #Atleti €74m.
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Deadball Overview - 20/21 so far ⚽️ Image
I know #FCBayern love intensity and flow but it wouldn’t even hurt them if they drew more fouls.
#WestHam and #EintrachtFrankfurt are interesting cases because both teams are performing significantly better now compared to last season.

19/20 West Ham: 16th
20/21 West Ham: 5th after 28 games

19/20 Eintracht: 9th
20/21 Eintracht: 4th after 25 games ImageImage
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Deloitte have published the 24th edition of their annual Football Money League, which ranks the world’s leading football clubs by revenue, this time covering the 2019/20 season. Some thoughts in the following thread.
The 2019/20 season was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to a £1.0 bln (12%) fall in revenue of the top 20 Money League clubs from £8.2 bln to £7.2 bln. Broadcast and match day fell £822m (23%) and £227m (17%) respectively, though commercial rose £87m (3%).
In terms of Euros, match day fell €257m (17%) from €1.5 bln to €1.2 bln, driven by matches either being cancelled or played behind closed doors without fans. Match day revenue is largely derived from gate receipts (including ticket and corporate hospitality sales).
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„So langsam kann man die sogenannten Experten nicht mehr hören“, sagt #FCBayern Trainer Flick zur Kritik an der Reise zur #KlubWM. „Auch Herr @Karl_Lauterbach hat immer zu irgendwas was zu sagen.“ Die Politik sollte ein Miteinander finden, um Zuversicht für die Zukunft zu geben.
Der von Flick als „sogenannte Experte“ bezeichnete @Karl_Lauterbach ist ausgebildeter Epidemiologe. Zu @SPORT1 hatte Lauterbach gesagt, dass Profi-Fußballer durch ihre Reisen kein Vorbild seien und die Rückkehr von Thomas Müller eigentlich undenkbar war.
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Ohne Verantwortung zu tragen sei es leichter, Dinge zu bewerten, so Flick über die Kritik von @Karl_Lauterbach. „Wir haben einen Sonderstatus, aber ich bin knapp an die hundert mal getestet worden.“ Die Reise nach Katar „ist unser Job [...], eine Sache, die wir machen müssen.“
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