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    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio View Post
    That's the point he was making. Being on another level compared to barto is not the highest standard.
    i agree with that point from him but his arguments are wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fati_Future_BallonDor View Post
    i agree with that point from him but his arguments are wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fati_Future_BallonDor View Post
    Well, nobody could have known hazard and jovic will flop, both were class. Carlo has been pretty average after his flop years with Bayern and Everton, far away from Klopp/Tuchel/Pep level. This season Real had the luck of the century even though Carlo made them a lot better than in previous years. Mbappe didnt want to come lol what should perez do? Not a genius maybe but still on another level compared to barto.
    The main problem with Hazard and Jovic is the transfer fee. By your logic Bartomeu didnt made mistake paying hundred of millions fir Dembele/Griez/Coutinho/De Jong , because they were class too. But even without transfer fee problem, there are so many things to have in mind for this kind of transfer - is the player professionall enough, is there a place in team?s formation for him, is he after his peak years, is really the player class (in Jovic case, everybody could see that he is crazily overrated with one decent season in Bundesliga, where Paco Alcacer was like Pele)

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    What a boring numbing soul sucking lucky undeserving team

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    A slew of headlines from 2Playbook on Madrid's finances. Unfortunately, I am not a subscriber/"partner" so I couldn't see the full content. Anybody has other sources with details on the information below?

    - Real Madrid dodges losses of 170 million in 2021-2022 thanks to Sixth Street and Legends
    The club recorded a capital gain of 316 million euros from the sale of 30% of the manager of the new businesses of the Bernab?u. The entity took advantage of it to cover the increase in the wage bill and to provision and deteriorate assets for a total of 133.26 million.

    - Florentino Perez prepares a cut of more than 100 million in Madrid's salary bill for 22-23
    The president designs a budget in which the total expenditure on salaries should fall by 15%, to 440.91 million euros, while the amortizations will be 20% lower, up to 144 million. Mbapp?'s lace, difficult without extraordinaries.

    - Real Madrid loses 17% of the business due to sponsorships despite renewing with Emirates until 2025-2026
    The club assumed a year-on-year decline that returns it to 2018 levels after Providence's contributions ran out. This time, the board does not talk about increasing payments by the airline, in a contract that is around 70 million.

    - Real Madrid: from the bank to the stadium, this is how 1,092 million of gross debt are broken down
    The club has disposed of the 800 million of the loan for the Santiago Bernab?u, to which are added 86 million from the creditors of the works, 153 million more with the banks and 53 million with other clubs. It closed the season with 773 million in cash.

    - Real Madrid provides 23.1 million to the urban risk and claims 6.6 million from the State
    The European Commission reopens the case on a possible State aid in the urban operation with the City Council of 2011 in Las Tablas. The club also filed a lawsuit in March for the excess of taxation as a social club against the SAD.

    - Real Madrid Baloncesto will cut expenses after assuming record losses of 31 million in 2021-2022
    The ACB team defaulted on the budget for the season, in which the salary bill rose to 41 million euros. For 2022-2023, a 22% cut in payrolls is expected, up to 32 million, revenues of 18 million and red numbers of 23.6 million.

    - The women's Real Madrid raises its budget to 6 million in 2022-2023, 40% more
    The club assumes a loss of 8.4 million between 2021 and 2023. For this year, revenues will remain at 1.5 million and the red numbers will amount to 5.2 million, compared to the 3.4 million left in 2021-2022.
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    Reals women are making a loss? Interesting. Barca women are making money for the first time this season I believe.

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    �� Clubs that overpay the most for their players compared to their real market value:

    �� Man Utd +€238M
    �� Juventus +€234M
    �� PSG +€161M
    �� Aston Villa +€149M
    �� Real Madrid +€148M

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinBarcelonafan View Post
    Reals women are making a loss? Interesting. Barca women are making money for the first time this season I believe.
    I think many clubs' women's sections are still operating at a loss. With the women's league going professional and the launching of Liga F, more money will be there for everybody in Spain.

    Our women's side tripled the revenue from around 5m to 17.4m, which is very impressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdy View Post
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    �� Clubs that overpay the most for their players compared to their real market value:

    �� Man Utd +€238M
    �� Juventus +€234M
    �� PSG +€161M
    �� Aston Villa +€149M
    �� Real Madrid +€148M

    (Source:
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    Four clubs with great European history and PSG

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    Quote Originally Posted by fergus90 View Post
    Four clubs with great European history and PSG
    For me it's just the great Aston Villa and 4 meh clubs!

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    Yeah I never understood why United always doubled or tripled the valuation of the player.. they can't get them otherwise?! Insanely weak pull

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    Is this the same CIES football observatory that said Ferran Torres was worth 100m?