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Financial Results 2016/2017

skiathospurs

skiathospurs

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Tottenham Hotspur have announced that they made a loss of £63.9m in contrast to last year's £68.6m profit and chairman Daniel Levy has predicted a £150m loss next year if crowds are not allowed back into stadiums.
 
Don Diaz

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Tottenham Hotspur have announced that they made a loss of £63.9m in contrast to last year's £68.6m profit and chairman Daniel Levy has predicted a £150m loss next year if crowds are not allowed back into stadiums.
So a net profit of about £5m to date then, whilst everyone else is losing money and going bust. Not bad Levy, give yourself a bonus......
 
skiathospurs

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The importance of the Champions League to #THFC revenue growth is clearly evident, as they have received €278m from this competition in the last 4 years, only surpassed by #MCFC €307m. Most tellingly, this is €117m more than #AFC €161m in the same period.


#THFC £95m match day revenue has overtaken #MUFC £90m and is only behind #AFC £96m, which will fall in 2019/20. In fact, based on incredible £5.9m per match for games played with fans, Spurs’ revenue would have been as high as £124m in a normal season (a PL record).
 
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