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ManU Is World's Richest Club, Deloitte Study Reveals; EPL Boasts 14 Of Highest-Earning 30

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 24 / 18

The Premier League makes "so much more money from its multibillion-pound sales of television rights, tickets and commercial income that 14 of its clubs are in the highest-earning 30 in the world," according to David Conn of the London GUARDIAN. According to European football clubs' '16-17 financial ...

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