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Promotion To La Liga Quickly Impacts Bottom Line For Alavés

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 09 / 16

The return of Spanish football club Alavés to La Liga this season "has meant a jump in the team's expected revenue for '16-17" to €49.3M ($52.3M), with an expected profit of €8.3M ($8.8M), according to Luis Fuentes of MUNDO DEPORTIVO. The club's TV revenue this season "has mult...

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