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

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  1. Prestwich_Blue

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    Not really. We were bought to promote Nissin Noodles but the rags got there first.
     
  2. Tricky_Trev

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    We were purchased specifically to promote Etihad? You cannot seriously believe that. Hilarious!
     
  3. Blue Llama

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    You tell me then why we were bought in 2008?
     
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    The sheikh was bored and fancied a plaything. He is having a bit of fun until he gets bored again.
    Then he will move onto his next project ;-)
     
  5. Prestwich_Blue

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    He felt sorry for us after the Luton game in 1983.
     
  6. EricBrooksGhost

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    Cheers, I thought he was chatting shit
     
  7. Eslam elcity

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    I think that Bernardo Silva deal to City must to be Included in the Financial Report , also Selling Enes Unal to Vilareall ( 12 M ) are also included as Those 2 Deals were announced before 30 june .
    Also The Number 161 M Pound As A Net Expenditure is incorrect :
    Buying by Euro ( 40 M Ederson , 55 M Walker , 57 M Mendy , 35 M Danilo , 50 M Bernardo , 1 M Antuna , 5 M Kayode , 5 M Ilic Brothers , 13 M Douglas = 261 M euro )
    Selling by Euro ( 14 M Bony , 14 M Unal , 29 M Iheanacho , 9 M Nolito , 6 M Fernando , 5 M Kolarov , 3 M Zuculini , 10 M Sancho , 2 M Sobrino , 5 M Ntcham , 2 M Nasri , 1 M Faour , 1 M Tyresi Campel 10 M Mooy + About 3 M from Loans as Roberts Celina Denayer ETC = 114 M euro )
    So 261-114 = 147 m euro = 122 m pounds as a Net Expenditure only !!!
    If Bernardo + Unal deals included in the Report : 211 - 100 = 111 m euro = 92 m pound as a Net Expenditure Only !!
     
  8. blueparrot

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    He isn't included and the £161 mill comes from this bit of the report.

    28. EVENTS AFTER THE REPORTING DATE Since the year end the Club has entered into agreements to acquire the football registrations of Ederson Santana de Moraes (from Benfica), Kyle Walker (from Tottenham Hotspur FC), Benjamin Mendy (from AS Monaco FC), Danilo Luiz da Silva (from Real Madrid C.F.), Bernardo Silva (from AS Monaco FC), Douglas Luiz Soares de Paulo (from CR Vasco da Gama), Olarenwaju Kayode (from FK Austria Wien), Ivan Ilic (from Red Star Belgrade), Luka Ilic (from Red Star Belgrade) and Uriel Antuna (from Santos Laguna). The football registrations of Wilfried Bony (to Swansea City AFC), Kelechi Iheanacho (to Leicester City FC), Manuel Agudo Durán (to Sevilla FC), Fernando Francisco Reges Mouta (to Galatasaray SK), Samir Nasri (to Antalyaspor), Aleksandar Kolarov (to AS Roma), Jadon Sancho (to Borussia Dortmund), Olivier Ntcham (to Celtic FC), Rubén Sobrino (to Deportivo Alavés) and Bruno Zuculini (to Hellas Verona FC) have been sold. The net expenditure on these transactions was approximately £161m.
     
  9. Jalfraag

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    It's not as simple as that though.
    Bony would have little or no impact because his contract will be capitalised on the balance sheet at about 15M. On the other hand, Iheanacho and Mooy would've been mostly profit.
    Net spend isn't a useful measure for calculating profit; you need to net off the remaining value of players contracts first.
     
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    @SwissRamble has posted some observations on Twitter to anyone that's interested. Always a good read.
     

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