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    Shirt Sponsorship

    Top shirt sponsorship deals
    1. Bayern Munich (T-Home) £17.03m per year
    2. Real Madrid (Bwin) £12.78m
    3. Chelsea (Samsung Mobile) £10.73m
    4=. Schalke '04 (Gazprom) £10.22m AC Milan (Bwin) £10.22m



    and also Health posted

    Manchester United have confirmed the most lucrative shirt sponsorship deal in football history after agreeing a four-year deal with Aon Corp, the American financial giant, thought to be worth £80million.



    so then what do u guys think about having our shirt sponsorship? i think laporta did unicef just to convince the fans and once the deal is done we'll have a new one but this time we gonna get big i guess(after all they will the first one to be on BARCA's historic shirt). are u against it?

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    football is so much about money these days.. Barça giving money to unicef makes me smile!
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    Please no more sponsors and no more unicef, it was a good gesture but we shouldn't have it from now on.

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    Give UNICEF whatever money they want but no sponsor..I love the Old FCB jersey ..Want that kind of back..Anyways FCB is not all about money so i dont think they are going to get any shirt sponsors!
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    I'd be surprised if we didn't have a lucrative shirt sponsor sometime.

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    NO to shirt sponsorship.

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    No way ! Leave it like this.
    We dont get money, we even give money ! Can it get any better than that? Why do we need money from shirts? Most of our team are homegrown world class players lol.

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    It won't always be like that, though. We are lucky right now.

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    I dont mind having UNICEF. Firstly, we made an agreement and we should stick to it. Secondly, think of the exposure UNICEF gets because of it. Think how many people donate because they see the best club in the world with the logo on their shirts. Why do u think companies pay teams so much money to put their logo on their shirt? Because its a lucrative advertising market. I dont mind putting aside my wishes of having a clear shirt if it means that much money is going to charity. If the club decide after the agreement that they will go back to having no logo then cool. But if they decide to continue? Its no problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maz View Post
    I dont mind having UNICEF. Firstly, we made an agreement and we should stick to it. Secondly, think of the exposure UNICEF gets because of it. Think how many people donate because they see the best club in the world with the logo on their shirts. Why do u think companies pay teams so much money to put their logo on their shirt? Because its a lucrative advertising market. I dont mind putting aside my wishes of having a clear shirt if it means that much money is going to charity. If the club decide after the agreement that they will go back to having no logo then cool. But if they decide to continue? Its no problem.
    Maz that is the best post I have read in a while. Very touching, makes me proud to be a cule.


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    No to shirt sponsorship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maz View Post
    I dont mind having UNICEF. Firstly, we made an agreement and we should stick to it. Secondly, think of the exposure UNICEF gets because of it. Think how many people donate because they see the best club in the world with the logo on their shirts. Why do u think companies pay teams so much money to put their logo on their shirt? Because its a lucrative advertising market. I dont mind putting aside my wishes of having a clear shirt if it means that much money is going to charity. If the club decide after the agreement that they will go back to having no logo then cool. But if they decide to continue? Its no problem.
    I agree 100%
    I am proud of the UNICEF sponsorship deal myself.
    It truly shows how we are "Mes Que Un Club"

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    Quote Originally Posted by maz View Post
    I dont mind having UNICEF. Firstly, we made an agreement and we should stick to it. Secondly, think of the exposure UNICEF gets because of it. Think how many people donate because they see the best club in the world with the logo on their shirts. Why do u think companies pay teams so much money to put their logo on their shirt? Because its a lucrative advertising market. I dont mind putting aside my wishes of having a clear shirt if it means that much money is going to charity. If the club decide after the agreement that they will go back to having no logo then cool. But if they decide to continue? Its no problem.
    +1 i have no problem with Unicef, but if it would be some crap company i would say NO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maz View Post
    I dont mind having UNICEF. Firstly, we made an agreement and we should stick to it. Secondly, think of the exposure UNICEF gets because of it. Think how many people donate because they see the best club in the world with the logo on their shirts. Why do u think companies pay teams so much money to put their logo on their shirt? Because its a lucrative advertising market. I dont mind putting aside my wishes of having a clear shirt if it means that much money is going to charity. If the club decide after the agreement that they will go back to having no logo then cool. But if they decide to continue? Its no problem.
    Very true maz. The only name that may be allowed is something like Unicef. But I really miss our old shirts. Ofcourse we should honour the deal but I was saying after it...I know I'm being selfish but I'd be a bit dissapointed if we renewed the deal, that doesn't mean that I won't be amazingly proud however.
    Last edited by Snyde; 3rd June 2009 at 08:26 PM.

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    I'm with maz. I wouldn't care if we carried on with the whole UNICEF thing but to be honest, I'd rather we went back to our old ways...