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Discussion in 'General LFC Discussion' started by Ron1892, May 21, 2017.
Us, the manc's and a load of vodka fueled russians all in moscow at the end of September could be interesting
Disaster waiting to happen you mean....
Thought this was good ....
Hahaha. Wenger and Koemans faces. Haha.
Clyne has been left out of the champions league squad for the group phase, strange one I must say
Injury must be worst than I thought
Hopefully we have the group won with a game too spare and he gets a game
Interestingly Cameron Brannagan has his nationality listed as English. In every other year that he was included in a Liverpool European squad his nationality was listed as Irish,
Confirmed UEFA Youth League dates
Wednesday September 13 - Sevilla (H), 5pm at Prenton Park.
Tuesday September 26 - Spartak Moscow (A), 2pm at Moscow Football Academy.
Tuesday October 17 - Maribor (A), 1pm at PTUJ Stadium.
Wednesday November 1 - Maribor (H), 12.30pm at Prenton Park.
Tuesday November 21 - Sevilla (A), 5pm at Sevilla Academy Stadium.
Wednesday December 6 - Spartak Moscow (H), 12.30pm at Prenton Park.
Liverpool earn huge cash windfall for Champions League progress
Liverpool have already guaranteed themselves a £50million windfall with their progress to the quarter-finals of the Champions League this season.
The Reds have so far triggered payments from UEFA of 56million Euros and that figure will rise further if Jurgen Klopp's side go further in the competition.
Around £20million is from the TV pool with a further £18.5million in prize money and the rest is the guaranteed fixed payment for all clubs who reach the group stage.
It underlines the importance of Liverpool'sreturn to Europe's elite after a three-year absence.
The Reds recently announced record revenues of £364million for the year up to the end of May 2017 – a sharp rise of 20.5% - with a profit of £39million.
However, that was a season without European football and partly explains why the club's turnover still remains so far behind the likes of Manchester United (£581m), Manchester City (£473m) and Arsenal (£423m).
Data compiled by the excellent Swiss Ramble blog compares the Reds' financial performance to their main Premier League rivals.
Liverpool's profit of £39million for 2016/17 is bettered by four clubs - Leicester City (£92m), Manchester United (£57m), Arsenal (£45m) and West Ham (£43m).
The Reds' revenues increased by £63million but that figure was eclipsed by Tottenham (£96m), Manchester City (£82m), Arsenal (£72m) and Manchester United (£66m).
Matchday income at Anfield (£74m) and commercial revenues (£136million) puts Liverpool third in terms of Premier League clubs.
Liverpool's wage bill, which stands at £207.5million, now represents 57% of turnover, down from 69%.
The Reds' gross debt rose £18million to £182million - the third highest debt in the Premier League behind United (£503m) and Arsenal (£227m). However, Liverpool pay just £2.5million in interest annually compared to United's £20million and Arsenal's £13million
To easy for the Echo writing a story like that with all the info published for them today on twitter. Kieron O'Connor is the guru of football finance. @Ron1892 and myself and others on IK have long being converts to his excellent output.
Saw this over on the RAWK forum, didn’t think UEFA got that much tickets.
66.11 Likewise, a number of complimentary tickets in the highest category, stated
below, in one block, in a section located between the two 16m lines, must be
provided to UEFA for its own use, as well as for the use of partners. The following
numbers of complimentary tickets must be provided:
a. Play-offs: 50
b. Group matches: 330
c. Round of 16 matches: 380
d. Quarter-finals: 425
e. Semi-finals: 475
66.12 In addition, UEFA and the partners must be given the opportunity to acquire, at
face value, an agreed number of retail tickets, whereby tickets in the next highest
category must also be situated in one block and in a central section (i.e. not
behind the goal):
a. Play-offs: minimum of 350 top-category retail tickets, 370 retail tickets in the
next highest category and 220 retail tickets in the third highest category;
b. Group matches: minimum of 350 top-category retail tickets, 370 retail tickets
in the next highest category and 230 retail tickets in the third highest
c. Round of 16 matches: minimum of 410 top-category retail tickets, 460 retail
tickets in the next highest category and 360 retail tickets in the third highest
d. Quarter-finals: minimum of 660 top-category retail tickets, 710 retail tickets in
the next highest category and 640 retail tickets in the third highest category;
e. Semi-finals: minimum of 880 top-category retail tickets, 920 retail tickets in
the next highest category and 730 retail tickets in the third highest category;
f. The final is exempt from these stipulations.
Yes all there in the Uefa regulations http://www.uefa.com/MultimediaFiles.../Regulations/02/46/71/38/2467138_DOWNLOAD.pdf
I had no idea either about the sums of tickets involved. It's beginning to make more sense about some of the selling announcements even for members with all credits.
Many years ago I was among the UEFA lanyards right on the 1/2 way line in the King Kenny Lower. Zero
Probably not for this thread , but since you mentioned Kieron, I noticed he is back writing again which is great. His work is top draw. The only downside is, he seems to be posting it all by tweets on Twitter and there is no link to his blog any more. Shame as it looked far superior on his blog.
He done a piece on West Ham last week and Liverpool this week.
Can't bloody wait for the draw now,what time Friday is it on and will it be on tv
The UEFA Champions League quarter-final draw will be live on UEFA.com from 12:00CET ( 11am ) plus on BT sports
Thanks for that,cant wait no although tbh I was kinda hoping to get utd