[Marxism] Socialism and Football: A Personal Note

Yavuz Tuyloglu yavuztuyloglu at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 27 11:38:23 MDT 2006


Certainly so,
  just a quick look at two teams, Liverpool and Schalke 04, once the pride of the working class should reveal the fact. I guess Schalke's new stadium Auf Schalke Arena, with its fancy commercial structure is the most obvious example.
   
  Yavuz 

Midhurst14 at aol.com wrote:
  Football is now about Profits
Everton-£23.5mn
Arsenal-£19.3mn
Man United-£10.8mn
Liverpool-£9.5mn
Norwich-£9.2mn
Middlesborough-£5.8mn
West Bromwich Albion-£5.0mn
Tottenham Hotspur-£4.9mn
Bolton Wanderers-£3.5mn
Portsmouth-£3.5mn
Birmingham City-£1.6mn
Charlton Athletic-£1.4mn
Southampton-£0.2mn
Newcastle-£16,000
Aston Villa-Minus £2.5mn
Blackburn Rovers-Minus £5mn
Man City-Minus £15.6mn
Chelsea-Minus £140mn
Financial Times 22/04/2006
George Anthony
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