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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by razman, 7 Mar 2019.
Nobody knows if it will happen.
What I do know is that we are preparing for it.
I’m guessing he believes it’s worrying times.
I've retired ;-)
Oh my sides are splitting.
I feel let down that Tolm just blurted that out - I’d have preferred 6 months of cryptic videos to confuse me....
They were basically doing what all major clubs did back then and borrowed significant amounts to buy players with the hope they’d succeed. They were in debt of their own making and had the signings failed then who knows where they’d have gone. City did similar in late 70s/early 80s and we know what happened next.
Interview with Kieran Maguire - football finance man from Liverpool University. Tailored for Liverpool fans.
He highlights City's commercial income and compares it to Liverpool and Man Utd:
"Manchester United have got £276m worth of commercial income, Liverpool have got £154m, but Manchester City are £232m", but neglects to say that City have won repeated trophies in the recent past, and no doubt Liverpool's commercial income will now surge too that they have won the Champions League. He suggests City's commercial income is inflated but the UAE deals are a dwindling element now of City's commercial income. You'd have thought the day after the Puma launch, they might have mentioned that but I guess that does not fit their perspective.
they are obsessed with us the scousers - proper bitter merchants and they call everton fans obsessed
This can't be said often enough, even in an FFP thread.