Finance & Business

Manchester United’s commercial partnerships – Game of the People – Football Article

AFTER a match at Old Trafford, the 70,000-odd supporters disperse and make their way home or maybe to a bar, pub or restaurant. The chances are, they will come across products that have been touched by the Manchester United franchise. They may drive a car that may be lubricated by a company that is part of the MUFC partnership programme, they may get some cash from a bank that has links with the club. They may have a drink or…

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Soccerex FF100 highlights investor appeal and rising contenders – Game of the People – Football Article

MANCHESTER CITY is the world’s most powerful football club in terms of financial clout, according to the latest Soccerex Football Finance 100 report. Game of the People was involved in the creation of this paper for the second successive year, providing editorial support to Soccerex. The FF100 confirms that the irresistible reach of football continues to embrace all corners of the world, further expanding the influence and diversity of the game, with international investment creating new contenders in what has…

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Sheffield Wednesday – club for sale? – Game of the People – Football Article

JUST BEFORE Christmas 2018, Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri hinted that he was prepared to sell the club he bought for £ 37.5 million back in 2015. He was speaking at a fans’ meeting and the subject of the club’s finances was being discussed. Sheffield Wednesday had been spending significant sums on wages and continued to make substantial losses. The current situation was unsustainable and had already  incurred Wednesday a transfer embargo. The increased outlay, now seen as a gamble…

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Same gang, different seats at the table – Football Article

MANCHESTER United’s recent malaise on the pitch has had an impact on the club’s position in football’s financial pecking order, with Real Madrid and Barcelona overtaking them to claim the top two places in Deloitte’s Football Money League for 2019. United slip to third after a second successive year in which the club’s revenues declined. […] This is only a snippet of a Football Article written by GOTP Editorial – NF Jensen Read Full Article

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