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http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/7813483.stm

 

 

 

According to BBC article we are classed as 8th in the Rich List of English Clubs, with the Moores family having a worth of £1.2bn.

 

The top 20 from the top 100 in the FourFour Two football rich list are:

 

1 Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nayan - Manchester City - £15bn

2 Lakshmi Mittal and family - QPR - £12.5bn

3 Roman Abramovich - Chelsea - £7bn

4 Joe Lewis - Tottenham Hotspur - £2.5bn

5 Bernie and Slavica Ecclestone - QPR - £2.4bn

6 Stanley Kroenke - Arsenal - £2.245bn

7 Alisher Usmanov - Arsenal - £1.5bn

8= Lord Grantchester & The Moores Family - Everton - £1.2bn

8= Dermot Desmond - Celtic - £1.2bn

10= Lord Ashcroft - Watford - £1.1bn

10= Malcolm Glazer and family - £1.1bn

12 Simon Keswick - Cheltenham Town - £966m

13 Trevor Hemmings - Preston North End - £900m

14 Mike Ashley - Newcastle United - £800m

15 Randy Lerner - Aston Villa - £750m

16 Tom Hicks - Liverpool - £700m

17 The Walker Family - Blackburn Rovers - £660m

18 Mohammed Al Fayed - Fulham - £650m

 

 

 

Fat lot of good that is though.

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plus The Moores Family dont run the club, the own the biggest shareholding outside of the board, but they never invest save for one time in 2004 possibly when paul gregg said he had Granchester on his side to oust Kenwright

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Notice also how much individual players are worth!!

 

Beckham, Gerrard, Rooney, Owen etc......mega millionares.England manager Capello £25million personal fortune, £6million a year contract AND a private art collection worth £10million :o

 

Something very wrong with this world!......something very wrong with football :huh:

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Aren't the reds approaching pay back deadline ?

 

Should be interestiing .

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This....

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/...C-mostviewedbox

 

....is insanity.

 

Man City "dream teams."

 

City A (4-4-2, r-l): Buffon (Juventus); Daniel Alves (Barcelona), Terry (Chelsea), Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid), Lahm (Bayern Munich); Ribery (Bayern Munich), Gerrard (Liverpool), Kaka (AC Milan), Messi (Barcelona); Robinho (Man City), Villa (Valencia)

 

City B (4-4-2, r-l): Given (Newcastle); Maicon (Inter), Richards (Man City), Kolo Toure (Arsenal), Bridge (Man City); Wright-Phillips (Man City), Ireland (Man City), Yaya Toure (Barcelona), Silva (Valencia); Santa Cruz (Blackburn), Aguero (Atletico Madrid)

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This....

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/...C-mostviewedbox

 

....is insanity.

 

Man City "dream teams."

 

City A (4-4-2, r-l): Buffon (Juventus); Daniel Alves (Barcelona), Terry (Chelsea), Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid), Lahm (Bayern Munich); Ribery (Bayern Munich), Gerrard (Liverpool), Kaka (AC Milan), Messi (Barcelona); Robinho (Man City), Villa (Valencia)

 

City B (4-4-2, r-l): Given (Newcastle); Maicon (Inter), Richards (Man City), Kolo Toure (Arsenal), Bridge (Man City); Wright-Phillips (Man City), Ireland (Man City), Yaya Toure (Barcelona), Silva (Valencia); Santa Cruz (Blackburn), Aguero (Atletico Madrid)

 

If Everton bought the title , I would walk away in disgust .

That's why I'm a blue .

How supporters of such teams can have pride in their team amazes me . Chelsea is no longer Chelsea , and City will no longer be City .

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Aren't the reds approaching pay back deadline ?

 

Should be interestiing .

 

 

banks have invoked a 6 month grace period to pay back the loan, which was always on the cards.

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Manchester City have offered AC Milan £100m in cash for Brazilian superstar Kaka, who will earn £500,000 a week gross if he signs for the Premier League side. (Daily Mail, 2301 GMT)

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Manchester City have offered AC Milan £100m in cash for Brazilian superstar Kaka, who will earn £500,000 a week gross if he signs for the Premier League side. (Daily Mail, 2301 GMT)

 

 

And when they play Everton next £4million Jagielka will put him in his pocket.

 

If he has a bad day or two, his team mates will hate him......so will the fans!

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And when they play Everton next £4million Jagielka will put him in his pocket.

 

If he has a bad day or two, his team mates will hate him......so will the fans!

 

they'll never get him .. he loves AC Milan, he loves the city Milan (how can you go to Manchester after that)..

plus AC will never sell him ... to me Kaka is the best player in the world.

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they'll never get him .. he loves AC Milan, he loves the city Milan (how can you go to Manchester after that)..

plus AC will never sell him ... to me Kaka is the best player in the world.

 

im sure last year kaka quoted he would consider a move to man city , mainly because robinho and elano are thier ?(money)

and alot of papers said this it was also on Sky sports news last year, im sure 100mil would secure his move and those amazing wages !!

 

i would like to see him in the prem but i would like to see him in an everton shirt even more! :D

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