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SBD/May 15, 2012/Franchises
Manchester City's EPL Title Expected to Bring Increased Sponsorship, Revenue
Published May 15, 2012
CASHING IN: The PA notes Man City’s income from EPL broadcast payments for last season “was a record” US$97.3M. Wolverhampton ranked last at US$62.6M. The figures “highlight the money available to clubs in the richest league in the world -- and the fact that compared to many other leagues the split of the cash is not skewed massively towards the top sides.” Half the domestic TV cash and all the overseas rights income “are split equally between the 20 clubs” (PA, 5/15).