Last quote by Dan Jones
The 2015-16 season saw Premier League clubs grow revenues by almost 10% to £3.6bn, with the two Manchester clubs alone responsible for more than 50% of the increase. Manchester United's participation in the 2015/16 UEFA Champions League, coupled with continued strong commercial revenue growth, resulted in a 30% increase in revenue to £515m. This saw them top the Deloitte Football Money League for the first time since 2003/04, as the world's highest revenue-generating club.feedback
The latest quote from Dan Jones is: “For those clubs traditionally at the upper end of the table who have been investing most significantly, their commercial revenue growth has also been a critical enabler of the increases in spending. We also saw a record level of Premier League summer deadline day spending this window, with 155 million pounds spent in the final 24 hours.”. It comes from the Premier League outlay tops $1.5 billion in window article. You’ll find on this page 3 articles with Dan Jones quoted on topics such as Premier League, spending and record. Dan Jones has been quoted 5 times in 3 articles.
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Quotes by Dan Jones
Sep 01 2016
For those clubs traditionally at the upper end of the table who have been investing most significantly, their commercial revenue growth has also been a critical enabler of the increases in spending. We also saw a record level of Premier League summer deadline day spending this window, with 155 million pounds spent in the final 24 hours.feedback
Sep 01 2016
At the start of the 2013/14 season, the summer transfer spending record had stood at £500m, and the fact that this record has more than doubled since then is a clear indicator of the financial growth of the league.feedback
Sep 01 2016
As has been the case for a number of years now, the increases in broadcast revenue, with the 2016/17 season being the first of the new broadcast deal cycle, is the principal driver of this spending power. The increase in the value of these deals and the comparatively equal revenue distribution of these by the Premier League has again allowed clubs throughout the division to invest significantly in this summer's market.feedback
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