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Minimum just based on Merit Payments and Sky Money. There is obviously extra but can anybody say what that "extra" is for sure

 

Yes id agree the "true" value must be much much higher.

 

Im wondering if the transfer kitty will reflect this and if not why not?

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Here:

 

Every team in the prem starts off with 30m each from the pot, you then recieve a million for every place you move up the league 1st will receive an extra 20m, 10th place will recieve 10m and so on, then you get between 300 thousand and 500 thousand each time your on TV, the difference in TV money depends on when your game is shown.... IE Sunday midday, Sunday afternon or Monday and midweek, WORKS OUT AT ABOUT 1.25 MILLION FOR EVERY 3 TV APPEARANCES.

 

If EFC finish 5th they will get 45million, add to that 20 appearances on TV ( League, Cup, and EUFA) should be another 7 million, add to that another 25million from home game takings, again from League, Cup, and Eufa, and the total should be somewhere near the £80 million mark. The three relegated Teams will get 31, 32, and 33million plus any Tv appearances and also parachute payments for the next two seasons of 20 million pounds each. Crazy money.

Should be able to buy a player or two this summer dont you think.

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Think you will find thats the old contract, the new prem deal started this season and those previous figures i gave above are pretty much spot on.

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I think they'll try and put the bulk aside for the new stadium to be honest but obviously Moyes (and many fans) will have other ideas. Apparently he's handed in a list of transfer targets to the board already

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This is all i can find at the mo, but if somebody wants to search for a more in depth printout of what money everybody gets then go ahead i'm only trying to give you some information you ungrateful bar stewards.

This article was written in january 07.........

 

 

The winner of next season's Premiership will collect at least £50 million as a huge cash windfall from a new global television deal spills over into the pockets of England's top 20 football clubs.

 

News of the vast pay-day for the clubs came after its administrators concluded negotiations for overseas television and media rights which doubled their previous arrangement.

 

The £625 million deal negotiated by Richard Scudamore, the Premier League's chief executive, is on top of the £1.7 billion domestic deal agreed last May with Sky and Setanta, the Irish broadcaster.

 

Since then, the league has added £400 million from internet and mobile phone rights, taking the total to £2.1 billion.

 

From the start of the 2007/2008 season the league will earn £900 million a year for the next three years — which is equivalent to the profits expected to be made by Marks & Spencer this year.

 

Chelsea, the reigning Premiership champions, were paid £30.4 million last season for winning the title, their second in succession. That is likely to be matched by the bottom team next season.

 

Article continues

 

The figure comprises a mix of television revenue and prize money shared out depending on where teams finish in the league and how many times they are featured on television.

 

The £50 million the 2008 winner will receive will be made up of prize money of £30million to each club, and a further £1m for every rung they climb up the ladder, known unromantically as a merit payment, and they will take a split of another £15 million from the share of television rights.

 

 

As i have already said Everton climbed 15 rungs up the ladder and gained 15 million on top of their 30 million, and they also have a share of the TV money to add to that. is that too difficult to understand.

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Not disagreeing with you Bill, but it said (remembered where now) on the BBC site match preview, where it always gives highest and lowest possible positions after each game, it also gave the merit payment for each place. Can't remember what the payment was but for sure there was £720,000 between the two figures because I almost posted it :) .

 

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Prize money.

 

ManU £14.4m

Chelski £13.68m

Arsenal £12.96m

L'pool £12.24m

Everton £11.52m

 

So if your base figure of £30m is right Bill then we have £41.52m plus TV money plus a spot of petty cash from ManU for the Rooney deal :) .

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Not disagreeing with you Bill, but it said (remembered where now) on the BBC site match preview, where it always gives highest and lowest possible positions after each game, it also gave the merit payment for each place. Can't remember what the payment was but for sure there was £720,000 between the two figures because I almost posted it :) .

 

Edit...

Prize money.

 

ManU £14.4m

Chelski £13.68m

Arsenal £12.96m

L'pool £12.24m

Everton £11.52m

 

So if your base figure of £30m is right Bill then we have £41.52m plus TV money plus a spot of petty cash from ManU for the Rooney deal :) .

 

 

Somebodys got it wrong then Mike, I cant remember where the original article was but it had something to do with a bloke called Scudamore, i think he has something to do with the FA and in the article he gave a much more in depth outline of who gets what and how, i know the TV money has a different reward if you are on on a certain day (sunday) and at a dfferent time, so the tv money is a bit complex, but both articles i've seen quote the 30 million start figure and the one million for every place up the league.

 

Just as a matter of interest does your information go down to the bottom club, we might be able to make a comparison on these figures and the figures that dangermouse quoted of 22 million at the start which might make a mockery and shoot down this claim in the article. .........

 

Chelsea, the reigning Premiership champions, were paid £30.4 million last season for winning the title, their second in succession. That is likely to be matched by the bottom team next season.

 

Anyway we are only the messengers trying to help but we cant really say for certain what it is.

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The starting point was when I found a piece (in Saturday's Telegraph) saying Wigan could potentially get £5.76m for thirteenth.

 

That does fit in with £720,000 per place.

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Yeah that sounds about right, and if the starting price was 22m with several million from TV appearances 30 million would be closer to mid table, the bottom clubs maybe 23 to 25 million and not the thirty million the article claimed.

Somebody must pocketing a few shillings for themselves. :D

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Liverpool Daily Post today....

 

Using the criteria set down in the Press Association’s annual money league table, which does not include merchandise income and gate receipts.....

 

...Everton’s increase (over last year) was £25.7m to £42.1m.

 

...the figures suggest their lengthy UEFA Cup run was worth only £500,000, while the club, when taking everything into account, have calculated the amount to be at least £3m.

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Liverpool Daily Post today....

 

Using the criteria set down in the Press Association’s annual money league table, which does not include merchandise income and gate receipts.....

 

...Everton’s increase (over last year) was £25.7m to £42.1m.

 

...the figures suggest their lengthy UEFA Cup run was worth only £500,000, while the club, when taking everything into account, have calculated the amount to be at least £3m.

 

 

Shows how much we need a shot at that champions leauge

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