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The total spending of last years top seven clubs since the Premiership began

 

Chelsea        £904m

Man City       £806m

Liverpool       £644m

Tottenham    £577m

Man Utd        £576m

Arsenal         £435m

Everton         £264m

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Or, if you compare the wage bill as a % of turnover:-

Figures for 2011-12 would be:-

 

Manchester City

£202m (up from £174m) - 87% of turnover

Loss - £99m

Chelsea

£173m (down from £190m) - 66%

Loss - £4m

Manchester United

£162m (up from £153m) - 51%

Loss - £5m

Arsenal

£143m (up from £124m) - 58%

Profit (before tax) - £37m

Liverpool

£119m (2011 figure omitted) - 70%

Loss - £41m

Tottenham Hotspur

£90m (down from £91m) - 63%

Loss - £7m

Aston Villa

£70m (down from £83m) - 87.5%

Loss - £8m

Sunderland

£64m (up from £61m) - 85%

Loss - £32m

Newcastle United

£64m (up from £54m) - 69%

Profit - £1m

Everton

£63m (up from £58m) - 78%

Loss - £9m

Fulham

£62m (up from £58m) - 78%

Loss - £18m

Queens Park Rangers

£58m (up from £30m) - 91%

Loss - £23m

Bolton Wanderers

£55m (down from £56m) - 85%

Loss - £22m

Stoke City

£53m (up from £47m) - 75%

Loss - £10m

West Bromwich Albion

£50m (up from £39m) - 75%

Profit - £1m

Blackburn Rovers

£50m (static) - 93%

Profit - £4m

Wigan Athletic

£38m (up from £51m) - 72%

Profit - £4m

Wolverhampton Wanderers

£38m (static) - 63%

Profit - £2m

Norwich City

£37m (up from £18) - 49%

Profit - £16m

Swansea City

£35m (up from £17m) - 54%

Profit - £17m

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Accounts for Manchester United plc (registered in the Cayman Islands) for the year to 30 June 2012

Ownership: Owned by Malcolm Glazer's six children via Red Football LLC a company registered in the low tax state of Nevada

Turnover: 1st in league, £320m (down from £331m in 2011)

Gate and matchday income: £99m

TV and broadcasting: £104m

Commercial activities: £118m

Wage bill: 3rd, £162m (up from £153m in 2011)

Wages as proportion of turnover: 51%

Loss before tax: £5m (following a £12m profit in 2011)

Net debt: £366m

Interest and other finance costs: £50m

Highest-paid director: £2,593,000 unnamed (David Gill is the chief executive)

State they're in:

The staggering business of the Glazer family and their leveraged buyout of United, now registered in the Cayman Islands tax haven and floated on the New York stock exchange. Pages of the annual report are devoted to the global sponsorships that pushed commercial income to £118m. United remain burdened with £420m debt from the Glazers' 2005 takeover, at approximately 8.5% interest, which cost the club £50m last year. The takeover has cost United around £550m altogether. Last year the club paid a £10m dividend to the owners, a £3m management fee to the Glazers, and £558,484 interest was payable to Kevin Glazer.

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Or, if you compare the wage bill as a % of turnover:-

Figures for 2011-12 would be:-

 

Manchester City

£202m (up from £174m) - 87% of turnover

Loss - £99m

Chelsea

£173m (down from £190m) - 66%

Loss - £4m

Manchester United

£162m (up from £153m) - 51%

Loss - £5m

Arsenal

£143m (up from £124m) - 58%

Profit (before tax) - £37m

Liverpool

£119m (2011 figure omitted) - 70%

Loss - £41m

Tottenham Hotspur

£90m (down from £91m) - 63%

Loss - £7m

Aston Villa

£70m (down from £83m) - 87.5%

Loss - £8m

Sunderland

£64m (up from £61m) - 85%

Loss - £32m

Newcastle United

£64m (up from £54m) - 69%

Profit - £1m

Everton

£63m (up from £58m) - 78%

Loss - £9m

Fulham

£62m (up from £58m) - 78%

Loss - £18m

Queens Park Rangers

£58m (up from £30m) - 91%

Loss - £23m

Bolton Wanderers

£55m (down from £56m) - 85%

Loss - £22m

Stoke City

£53m (up from £47m) - 75%

Loss - £10m

West Bromwich Albion

£50m (up from £39m) - 75%

Profit - £1m

Blackburn Rovers

£50m (static) - 93%

Profit - £4m

Wigan Athletic

£38m (up from £51m) - 72%

Profit - £4m

Wolverhampton Wanderers

£38m (static) - 63%

Profit - £2m

Norwich City

£37m (up from £18) - 49%

Profit - £16m

Swansea City

£35m (up from £17m) - 54%

Profit - £17m

so the top 4 wage payers in the league are comprised of the top 4 finishing positions in the league, 

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so the top 4 wage payers in the league are comprised of the top 4 finishing positions in the league, 

Yes for season 2011-12, but doesn't hold out for season 2010-11 where Liverpool were 4th highest wage payers and finished 6th and 2009-10 where Liverpool as 4th highest wage payers finished 7th with Man City as 2nd highest finishing 5th.

In 2004-05 Everton were 11th highest wage payers and finished 4th. In 2002-03 Newcastle were 8th highest but finished 3rd.

In 2000-01 Chelsea were the highest and only finished 6th.

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