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This week #LFC manager Jürgen Klopp said “We’re a different kind of club. We cannot just change it overnight and say, ‘So now we want to behave like Chelsea, now we want to behave like them’.” The implication that LFC are a morally superior club. Here’s why that’s bullshit THREAD
1/ When #LFC hierarchy wanted to expand Anfield, they bought houses surrounding the stadium on Lothair Road and Anfield Road before expanding to Hartnup Street, Donaldson Street, Granton Road, Salisbury Road, and St Domingo Vale. They evicted tenants and left the houses to rot...
2/ The vacant houses became targets to arsonists, drug dealers and even one woman was murdered. They engineered the economics of the area, meaning the once thriving community was ruined and they got the remaining houses for a knock down price...
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#ManchesterUnited’s long-standing relationship with Chevrolet, at £64 million, is the most lucrative shirt sponsorship deal in the Premier League. From the US automotive brand’s perspective, the agreement looks less attractive in view of #MUFC’s brand value declining since 2018
@utdxtra @utdarena @fcbusiness @utdreport @sistoney67 @MUFR_ @MUnitedFR @FlexUTD @UnitedPeoplesTV #ManUnited is the Premier League club most often perceived as having a rich heritage and history, coming behind only the top Spanish clubs and #Bayern Munich.
These factors are the driving force behind the rewarding partnerships that the brand attracts – at first look Chevrolet
@utdxtra @utdarena @fcbusiness @utdreport @sistoney67 @MUFR_ @MUnitedFR @FlexUTD @UnitedPeoplesTV seems an unusual sponsor, considering its target markets compared to the markets that Manchester United gives access to – but it is the associations with globally recognised heritage that makes the #sponsorship worthwhile. The role that shirt sponsorships can play for commercial
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One of PL's £1bn games (£1.082bn) in combined club revenues. #LFC doing rather better in profit terms over latest 5yr (14-18) of accounts than #MUFC (15-19). #Liverpool's financial improvement under FSG ownership and #ManUnited's declining cumulative economic profit trend #MUNLIV
@fcbusiness @utdarena @utdxtra @MUFR_ @ManDevilsUtd @MUnitedFR @FalseFMatt @DrRob_Wilson @Lasciencedufoot @vysyble #LFC's position may improve further following successful 18-19 UCL campaign. Third graphic shows comparative (and latest) revenue and economic profit profiles. #ManchesterUnited runs 2014-19, #Liverpool runs 2014-2018 #MANLIV #MUNLIV #MUFCLIV #SportBusiness
@fcbusiness @utdarena @utdxtra @MUFR_ @ManDevilsUtd @MUnitedFR @FalseFMatt @DrRob_Wilson @Lasciencedufoot @vysyble Last month, #ManUnited, which for many years has been among the world’s highest earning clubs, projected that revenues would be £560m-£580m this season, the first fall in income for more than a decade
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#ManCity incurred the highest injury costs in 18-19, spending £26.3m on injured players. #ManUnited suffered more injuries than any other club - 63 (spent £25.2m losing 1,238 days/injury). Looking across TOP6, #Arsenal lost by far the most days through injury 1,771 (cost £24.2m)
@fcbusiness @utdarena @utdxtra @SuperbiaProeIia @PrestwichBlue @utdreport @OsmanZtheGooner @ltarsenal @FootballLaw @Matt5cott The Football Injury Index 2019, which is produced by Marsh JLT Specialty, asserts that the cost of injuries to #PremierLeague clubs reached a record £221m in 18-19, a 3% rise on the 17-18 season. The 20 PL clubs had a total of 764 football injuries the most in the last eight yrs
@fcbusiness @utdarena @utdxtra @SuperbiaProeIia @PrestwichBlue @utdreport @OsmanZtheGooner @ltarsenal @FootballLaw @Matt5cott The TOP 6 clubs in Marsh’s analysis account for 54% of the costs. The TOP6 have experienced an average 48% increase in salaries paid to injured players since 2016, with #Tottenham Hotspur particularly affected, seeing costs rise by 110% in the last three years #SportBusiness
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#PremierLeague clubs have generated a record £349.1m from shirt sponsorship deals ahead of the 19/20 season. #ManUnited will earn the most money - up to £64m-a-yr. Second placed #ManCity will settle for just £45m from Etihad. #Arsenal, #Chelsea & #Liverpool will get £40m per year
The #ManchesterUnited deal with Chevrolet (the brand of General Motors) was worth £47 million at the time of signing. After the current exchange rate is £64 million (avg $80 million) per season. Chevvy replace United’s previous deal with Aon, worth only £20 million a year
Income from shirt #sponsorship increased by 7.2% compared to the previous season. Brighton will earn just £1.5 million from American Express. Gambling companies continue to dominate #PremierLeague clubs’ main shirt sponsorship deals in 2019/20, as many as 10 out of 20 clubs
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