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Mr Brownstone

Premier League Wages

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Interesting bit about wages here:

http://news.sky.com/story/1100132/football-finance-premier-league-wages-up-9-percent

"Manchester City was the best-paying club in 2011/12, with wages of £202m, while Swansea City was the lowest, handing its players £35m.

Manchester United earned the most in 2011/12, with revenues of £320m, while Wigan Athletic earned the lowest at £53m.

Aston Villa spent the biggest slice of its revenues on wages, at 94%, while Norwich City spent just 49%, the lowest in the top tier."

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Just noticed West Ham are offering Andy Carroll  £100,000 a week on a 6 year deal,  That''s 5.2 million a year and a total of 31.2 million !

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Will financial fair play eventually put a cap on wage expenditure, as a specific percentage of your income?

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[quote user="morty"]Will financial fair play eventually put a cap on wage expenditure, as a specific percentage of your income?[/quote]

Yes. Eventually net spend as a whole by the club will be considered Mortimer; you should know that.

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