Turnover

Graysonti

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Anyone care to guess our turnover now and this season?

By my guess it will be huge.

What we know -

Key sponsorships- AIA - comparable with all our rivals (3rd from my readings);
Nike - this is only behind Chelsea and Man U and comparable with all other top 6 rivals
CL - again, we will pull a lot with bonus wins verses last time
New sponsorships - eg legago
Ticket sales - these will be huge - London prices plus 72k average in league plus games like last night - I reckon we will pull THE biggest gates receipts in the whole league (back to ‘91).
Kit sales -new Nike deal means more sales in club shop

Obviously we have added costs but my point is that we will be in strong position to pay and keep our players close to market rate if we feel they offer the value we want.

What a fantastic time to be a Spurs fan.
 

Dougal

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Means nothing. Don’t know if you’ve heard but Dele Alli, he only cost 5 mil.
 

stewartd

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Dont think you have taken into account naming rights for new stadium, or market exposure to USA via the NFL link.
Good times ahead.
 

Bobbins

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Suffice to say with the new tv deals it turned out to be a good time to build a stadium - despite the previous recession and Brexit damaging us in various ways, Levy has played the long game and manouvered the club into a position where we’ve been able to capitalise on new sponsorships, the Wembley factor, and very fortunately found himself with a top class manager and team to secure big league, Champions League and tv revenues - all at exactly the right time.

The club books will be really interesting reading over the next few years, but I think we’ll find ourselves not nearly as crippled by the stadium costs as we might have expected.
 
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