Why Glazer’s Debt Is No Longer Necessarily A Problem

When Malcolm Glazer became majority shareholder of Manchester United in 2005 the initial expense of the buyout totalled close to £800million, the majority of this capital came in the form of loans secured against the club’s assets initially the club incurred interest payments of over £60million a year though the official figures show that £272million […]

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Are Venky’s Ruining Blackburn Rovers? 2016/17 Finances Explained

Back in May 2017, Blackburn Rovers became the first Premier League winners to be relegated to the third tier of English football. Their annual accounts make for similarly difficult reading. The club’s total income was £14.9m, down 32% from the previous year. Wages stood at £22m, down 13%. The club’s loss before player sales was […]

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Manchester United’s 2017/18 Finances Explained

[Music] all clubs divide their income into three main streams matchday broadcasting and commercial manchester united’s matchday income fell by 1.8 million pounds last season and the main driver of the fall was united early exit in the Champions League to severe resulting in five fewer home matches since acquiring the club the Glaser’s whilst […]

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