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Real surge ahead

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1 1 Real Madrid 401.4
2 3 Barcelona 365.9
3 2 Manchester United 327.0
4 4 Bayern Munich 289.5
5 6 Arsenal 263.0
6 5 Chelsea 242.3
7 8 Liverpool 217.0
8 Juventus 203.2
9 Internazionale 196.5
10 7 Milan 196.5
11 Hamburg 146.7
12 9 Roma 146.4
13 Lyon 139.6
14 Marseille 133.2
15 Tottenham Hotspur 132.7
16 Schalke 124.5
17 Werder Bremen 114.7
18 Borussia Dortmund 103.5
19 Manchester City 102.2
20 Newcastle United 101.0
Source: Deloitte Football Money League 2010
 

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Yaani Man City na mbwembwe zote hizi kumbe wapo nafasi ya 19.,itawachukua muda kidogo kufika juu maana inaonekana mmiliki wa timu ndiye mwenye hela lakini timu yenyewe imefulia kimtindo...mmh naota kuwa kwenye hii list kuna siku tutawaona Yanga na Simba pia..
 

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Tanzania sasa...

1. Azam FC
2. ......................
3. .....................
4. .....................
Endeleza wewe hii list!!
 

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Tanzania sasa...

1. Azam FC
2. ......................
3. .....................
4. .....................
Endeleza wewe hii list!!
1.YANGA AFRICANS
2.SIMBA SPORTS CLUB
3.AFRICAN LYON
4.Azam FC
5 Manyema FC
..Ila kwa ufupi Bongo hatuna sehemu yenye kuonesha record za Club gani ipo juu ki-vitega uchumi kuliko mwenzake.
 

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Hvi hapo juu ni Madeni ndo yanaicost MAN UTD au? Mana Club ilikuwa ipo safi with a clean sheet no debt na faida kila msimu..sijui hii familia ya Glazer inataka kutupeleka wapi?!
 

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Tanzania timu tajiri inapimwa kutoka na viingilio vya mlangoni kwa hiyo kwa mwaka huu Simba ndio wanaongoza kwa kuingiza watu wengi kwenye mechi zao
 

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Hvi hapo juu ni Madeni ndo yanaicost MAN UTD au? Mana Club ilikuwa ipo safi with a clean sheet no debt na faida kila msimu..sijui hii familia ya Glazer inataka kutupeleka wapi?!
I disagree na sentensi yako kuwa ManU ilikuwa safi with a clean sheet.....!Kila timu ina a serviced debt ambayo ipo within the limits ya vitabu vyake.Endapo itazidi ndio ndio unasikia mambo kama ya Pompey.Hata Chelsea yenyewe kama siyo Abramovich ku-write off some money wangekuwa kwenye mkumbo huu huu wa kudaiwa pesa nyingi.He financed the deal from his own pocket na siyo kutumia pesa za banks.Try to research zaidi kwenye haya!Nothing personal tho.
 

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Housta ebu chek hapo kwenye Bolded and enlarged

City financiers investigate takeover of Man Utd..(source nihttp://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=749415&cc=3888)

A group of well-connected Manchester United supporters have played the first hand of their attempts to wrest control of the club from the unpopular Glazer family's regime. The American owners have been moved to issue an instant rebuttal by again declaring they have no interest in selling the club.



Manchester United fans have launched a green-and-gold protest
Reports from Sky News and the Times suggest talks have been held on London's Fleet Street between a group of leading City of London figures, the so-called "Red Knights". Keith Harris, of Seymour Pierce, football takeover experts, has joined with Jim O'Neill, chief economist at Goldman Sachs.

Both Harris and O'Neill have expressed dissent against the American family's financial model, which has seen a club that was debt-free and profitable in 2005, the year of the Glazer takeover, plummet to debts of around £700 million and the need to sell Cristiano Ronaldo for £81 million in the summer of 2009 to turn an operating profit ahead of a £500 million bond scheme launched in January.
The talks are reported to have taken place at the offices of Mark Rawlinson, a partner in Freshfields' corporate practice, who advised United on its takeover by the Glazers in 2005 with Finsbury, a leading PR firm, also linked with the group.

Sunday's Carling Cup final saw fans adorned in the green and gold colours of Newton Heath, United's precursor club, adopted by the anti-Glazer fans' groups and many banners denouncing the club's owners and chief executive David Gill were also on show at Wembley.

Harris last week called for fans to boycott the club by refusing to buy season tickets for the 2010-11 season, which could cause United's owners to sweat on their finely balanced business plan. The Glazer family have been moved by the rumours to issue a terse "not for sale" response to the speculation. Harris, and others, believe the Florida-based family would sell at the right price - believed to be around the £1 billion mark when the original 2005 price was £790 million - or if their plans began to be disrupted by a lack of cash flow.

The Glazers, meanwhile, despite steepling repayments on their business loans, have bought themselves a degree of security through the bond scheme and any takeover would seem to be a long way off being in any imminent. Members of the family were at Wembley to watch United overcome Aston Villa.
 

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Manchester United says debts have fallen
...Hii imetoka jana tu kwa wawekezaji..

Manchester United has reported a small reduction in the club's debt burden at the end of last year.

The football club said its gross debt was £507.5m in the three months at the end of 2009, compared with £538.1m in the same period the year before.

Pre-tax profits for the quarter were £6.9m compared with a loss of £2.7m in the same period in 2008.

But the club's parent company, the Glazer-controlled Red Football, said in January that overall debt was £716.5m.

In addition to the club's half-billion pound debts outlined in the latest accounts, Red Football is still saddled with more than £200m of high-interest loans from three US hedge funds charging an interest rate of 14.25% per annum.


The "Red Knights" group consists of Goldman Sachs economist Jim O'Neill, lawyer Mark Rawlinson and financier Keith Harris.

Green and gold

US sports tycoon Malcolm Glazer took over the club for £800m in 2005.

But his reign has been controversial, with many fans opposed to the huge levels of debt that Red Football, the club's holding firm, took on to finance the takeover.

By June last year, the club's debt passed £700m for the first time.

Many fans wore green and gold - the colours of Newton Heath before it was renamed Manchester United in 1902 - at Sunday's Carling Cup final, which the defending champions won.

In January, Manchester United successfully raised £504m through a bond issue, meaning the Premier League club will be able to pay off nearly all their outstanding debts.

The club faces an annual interest bill of £45m a year on the bonds.

Revenue in the last three months of 2009 rose to £87m, from £74.4m in 2008.

Manchester United's cash balance stands at £122.1m, up from £8.6m.

There was increased income generated from matchday revenues and its TV rights, particularly from the elite Champions League competition.

Media revenues rose 33% to £53.4m.
...Source ni BBC news
 

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