I'm always confused when these figures are published because different publications have different figures!!!carlyluvsunited said:60 Million PAC...
Profit After Costs...
So the debt is already taken into account when calculating these fugues and
accruals for next year should be matched no problem.
Decreasing interest rates in the US recently will actually make next years figures
better than those accrued for.
Be nice if Glazer gave Fergie the full 60 Million and said "Go forth Alex and fill your
An article in MEN says United are about to announce profits of Â£75m!
MANCHESTER United is set to announce record profits of around Â£75m as `Gold Trafford' hits the jackpot.
A club best-ever annual turnover in excess of Â£200m has boosted profits in the year to June 30, figures to be released next month will reveal.
The previous record turnover for the Reds was in the 2002-03 season, with Â£174m in total. The previous record profit was in 2003-04, when the club netted Â£58m.
It is a significant increase on last January's figures, when the club announced a turnover of Â£167.75m and profits of Â£46.25m.
The hike in turnover will help the Reds close the gap on Real Madrid, the world's richest club by revenue. In this year's Deloitte Money League, the Spanish club's turnover was 292.2m euros - Â£208m.
United's success on the field last season and the raising of the Old Trafford capacity has banked the Reds the increased fortune. Last term saw United open their East and North quadrants at Old Trafford, adding 8,000 more seats at the stadium, including 2,500 corporate seats.