City post record revenues of £473.4million for 16/17

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  1. nmc

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    I’m sure the Rags still have issues lurking re their debts - did they pay elements of their loan notes back (if so who paid) or was it all an elaborate swap of one debt for another that they chose to hide offshore. Be interesting to know if anyone has any insight into their shady dealings. Interesting that we get little or no credit for openness and transparency but United and Chelsea equally get minimal scrutiny of their creative accounting.
     
  2. City Raider

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    You the guy who did the book with most expensive teams adjusted for inflation?
     
  3. CharliesRightPeg

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    That was Tompkins who's a dipper and writes the tompkins times. Bits aren' bad but I doubt this is him. Writing style is different from starters
     
  4. City Raider

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    Cheers mate
     
  5. Prestwich_Blue

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    We did keep the two separate up to 2012 but included them both under Matchday revenue from 2013 I believe.
     
  6. dickie davies

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    As a percentage, can anyone tell me what comes in through Abu Dhabi sponsorship?
     
  7. Jalfraag

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    Ok thanks. I assume the gap is down to the rags hoovering up corporate sales during their non-hoofball days and higher ticket prices in general.
     
  8. Prestwich_Blue

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    The rags do far better from corporate sales than we do from what I've heard. About 60% of their matchday revenue comes from premium/hospitality tickets. I'd say ours was around 40% at best.
     
  9. johnmc

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    Surely ours is on the rise? The tunnel club itself will add a wedge.
     
  10. malg

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    100%. It's all dodgy accounting, we're actually in shit loads of debt......
     

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