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Steve

The English Football Thread

Started by Steve,

38 minutes ago, Pizy said:

I know they had loads of injuries, but they're still the richest club in the world. They seriously looked like a relegation zone XI today.

Not replacing Lukaku and neglecting their midfield was insane. They're getting exactly what they deserve. 

Which is fucking hilarious for us to watch! 😂😂😂

they are no longer the richest club

Real and Barca have passed them up

In 2012, they were the only sports team in the world worth 2 billion USD, now there are over 50

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kurtbadenhausen/2019/07/22/the-worlds-50-most-valuable-sports-teams-2019/#3ec4cebf283d

10 (tie) | Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB)
Value: $3.3 billion
1-Year % Change: 10%
Owners: Guggenheim Baseball Management
Operating Income: $95 million


10 (tie) | New York Giants (NFL)
Value: $3.3 billion
1-Year % Change: 0%
Owners: John Mara, Steven Tisch
Operating Income: $149 million


9 | Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Value: $3.5 billion
1-Year % Change: 13%
Owners: Joe Lacob, Peter Guber
Operating Income: $103 million

8 | Los Angeles Lakers (NBA)
Value: $3.7 billion
1-Year % Change: 12%
Owners: Jerry Buss Family Trusts, Philip Anschutz
Operating Income: $147 million


7 | New England Patriots (NFL)
Value: $3.8 billion
1-Year % Change: 3%
Owner: Robert Kraft
Operating Income: $235 million


6 | Manchester United (Soccer)
Value: $3.81 billion
1-Year % Change: -8%
Owners: Glazer family
Operating Income: $238 million


5 | New York Knicks (NBA)
Value: $4 billion
1-Year % Change: 11%
Owner: Madison Square Garden Company
Operating Income: $155 million


4 | Barcelona (Soccer)
Value: $4.02 billion
1-Year % Change: -1%
Owners: Club members
Operating Income: -$37 million


3 | Real Madrid (Soccer)
Value: $4.24 billion
1-Year % Change: 4%
Owners: Club members
Operating Income: $112 million


2 | New York Yankees (MLB)
Value: $4.6 billion
1-Year % Change: 15%
Owners: Steinbrenner family
Operating Income: $30 million


1 | Dallas Cowboys (NFL)
Value: $5 billion
1-Year % Change: 4%
Owner: Jerry Jones
Operating Income: $365 million


* Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, RoyalBlues said:

And they thought Mourinho was the reason for all the bad things happened at some point, lol. They don't deserve him at all.

tbf to Mo, he worked miracles with that club, given what he had

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26 minutes ago, 1905didierblue said:

Man. That post match was brutal. Does ole have any clue what he is doing.

damn, I missed it, I had to go to the store to get wifey some cold meds

I so want to see it :(

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It was obvious Fergie would always be hard to replace but even more so now. It seemed silly giving Ole the job. Know he had good results but still. Its moments like these where you have to get out the rot and it ain't happening. They were fine with him being temp. 

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41 minutes ago, Vesper said:

tbf to Mo, he worked miracles with that club, given what he had

If we're being fair, Mou brought in a lot of the garbage they have. United spent €466million on players under Mou and he got almost everything he wanted, outside of a CB during his disastrous last season(they already purchased 2 CBs for Mou). In fact, Mou was so confident in his squad that he stated they could compete for the title his first year there, something he didn't believe we could do during his first season in his second spell with us.

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2 minutes ago, Panic said:

If we're being fair, Mou brought in a lot of the garbage they have. United spent €466million on players under Mou and he got almost everything he wanted, outside of a CB during his disastrous last season(they already purchased 2 CBs for Mou). In fact, Mou was so confident in his squad that he stated they could compete for the title his first year there, something he didn't believe we could do during his first season in his second spell with us.

I thought they should have kept Zlatan

he still had big seasons in him

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