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SBD Global/May 22, 2013/Media
Champions Manchester United Finish Atop Of EPL's TV Money Share List
Published May 22, 2013
PAYS TO BE AT THE TOP: Also in London, Jack de Menezes reported "the huge sums once again demonstrate the financial importance of being in the top flight" (INDEPENDENT, 5/21). In London, Nik Simon wrote Chelsea "may have beaten Arsenal and Tottenham to third place in the Premier League," but it did not "win the battle for television revenue." Roman Abramovich’s side "was broadcast just 16 times this season compared to 21 Spurs and 22 Arsenal games." Chelsea's lack of TV coverage means that Chelsea received £54.9M ($83.3M) of revenue compared to £55.9M ($84.8M) at White Hart Lane and £57.1M ($86.6M) at the Emirates (EVENING STANDARD, 5/21).
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