Jump to content
Join Talk Chelsea and join in with the discussions! Click Here

World Exclusive News


 Share
Followers 1

Recommended Posts

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/article-2910659/Chelsea-s-25m-year-shirt-deal-Turkish-Airlines-stalls-sky-high-price.html

What a bullshit article :lol: More like Chelsea stall at Turkish Airlines pathetic price...

"Turkish Airlines are still at the table"....Errr no, so you've said they're not sponsoring Chesea, but they might still sponsor Chelsea and haven't reported on anyone else "at the table"....You're guessing Daily Mail.

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 541
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

It is a joke that Manchester United win every year £ 53 millions! ( 68.36 million!) And Turkish Airlines (or any other company) just offers us £ 25 million ( 32.25 million) for sponsoring our shirt. We can not accept such a ridiculous offer, it's embarrassing, we must demand an offer according to our level and history.

I hope we finally get a rational sponsorship. This is a matter of respect. We are no less important than Manchester United.


Respect for us

Link to post
Share on other sites

This is a matter of respect. We are no less important than Manchester United.

As I mentioned before, it's not that simple. United have one of the largest stadiums in England, their global brand is probably the biggest in English football and so they're a sponsor's ideal club. Their following is massive where ever you go and their shirt sales probably outdo most clubs in Europe (bar the obvious giants).

We're in a very limited position. Our commercial revenue only increases due to TV deals and our stadium revenue barely go up by 0.5% a year due to the limited capacity of our stadium. While our global reach continues to grow in Asia and Africa, we're still behind most giant clubs.

In that sense, we need sponsorship more than they need us. That's why for now we have to accept such low offers behind the likes of United & City.. We're doing better than Liverpool which does actually speak volumes considering their global brand.

Link to post
Share on other sites

As I mentioned before, it's not that simple. United have one of the largest stadiums in England, their global brand is probably the biggest in English football and so they're a sponsor's ideal club. Their following is massive where ever you go and their shirt sales probably outdo most clubs in Europe (bar the obvious giants).

We're in a very limited position. Our commercial revenue only increases due to TV deals and our stadium revenue barely go up by 0.5% a year due to the limited capacity of our stadium. While our global reach continues to grow in Asia and Africa, we're still behind most giant clubs.

In that sense, we need sponsorship more than they need us. That's why for now we have to accept such low offers behind the likes of United & City.. We're doing better than Liverpool which does actually speak volumes considering their global brand.

Totally agree with you. This is difficult to understand thinking only with passion. But all you say is true.

But I think that only £ 25 million is ridiculous. Perhaps £ 50 would be too demanding for our part now, considering how little economic performance that we can take the bridge and our current global impact in terms of publicity about as powerful markets like Asia or America.

Step by step we are a bigger club, but maybe it's too early for us to ask for £ 50 million, but I think £ 25 is a little ridiculous amount, but teams like Real Madrid receive a similar amount but also the Premier League is a much larger and many more commercial league.

In this thread supply Yokohama discussed Runners Company with an amount of £ 30/40 million. Maybe that number is closer to the value of the Chelsea brand.

Also a signing like Messi would suppose for us the final impetus for us to be important in markets such as Asia and America definitely.

I also commented in another thread in this forum about the poor performance we get with our field revenue each year, and I talked about the possibility of upgrading the field as they have done or will do teams like Bayern or Real Madrid. But many forum members told me that to make changes in the Bridge is very complicated by legal building permits in London (I do not know a lot about this topic because I've only been in London for short periods of time). And sell the Stamford Bridge stadium and build a new stadium is too complicated for emotional reasons.

I will put the link from another topic where talk of possible changes at Stamford Bridge to improve its economic performance if anyone wants to comment. .

http://forum.talkchelsea.net/topic/9808-the-stamford-bridge-thread/page-77

Regards.

Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm not sure it's as complicated as that, I think it's just the way the Samsung deals were sorted, if you tie in for too long then you will fall behind rivals who go for shorter deals, chelsea should be in a strong position to get more than arsenal (30m) we are more successful on the pitch over last decade and are more likely of the 2 to be successful over the next decade, sponsors want to have their brand on a winning teams shirt so the big clubs who win the most trophies get the best deals, Man Utd are the most successful club in England over last 20 years so will get the best paid deals, we will always be second for a while yet and before the new deals for arsenal liverpool and the like we were second.

The Man Utd deal only serves as a reference point for our upper limit the arsenal one as our lower limit I'd say 40m is market value for our club.

Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm a young Chelsea fan and right now my only wish is too see London and watch Chelsea play at least for once.

Even though I don't post a lot here, I read the forum. I love the team and you guys.

But seriously, those who don't want Turkish airlines, what's your problem with Turk people and the word "Turkish" ?

I'll be really delighted to know.

Link to post
Share on other sites

But seriously, those who don't want Turkish airlines, what's your problem with Turk people and the word "Turkish" ?

I'll be really delighted to know.

The socialist nature of the brand name is one of the factors, 'Japan tyres' for example would be just as bad. Mainly the Liverpool bird logo and the use of red..

Link to post
Share on other sites

The socialist nature of the brand name is one of the factors, 'Japan tyres' for example would be just as bad. Mainly the Liverpool bird logo and the use of red..

The name is just one of the factors and I don't believe it has got much to do with it. People don't even hesitate to say that they personally don't like the name "Turkish." What I am saying is, "Japan Tyres" would not be criticized and judged as much as this. It's a developing company and those who don't want it might regret it in the near future.

Besides, to be objective, I like them a lot, but I wouldn't want to see British Airways' or Air France's name on a Turkish team's shirt.

'

Just some misdirected racism, Eden Hazardous. Not much you could do about it. <_<

Welcome to the forum!

I know there is nothing to do about it, but it irritates and annoys me a lot.

Thanks for the message and warm welcoming! Actually I'm not new around here, I even posted 20-30 posts before, but I don't know why the numbers is 2.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Would be awesome if we could get Sky TV as our sponsor. But its virtualy impossible, I dont think FA would even allow firm that has rights to broadcast all PL games to be our sponsor because their money share would become biased.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
 Share
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...