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Arsenal have the third highest debt in the Premiership, but that is totally Stadium related debt. But that debt does reduce possible spending on players transfer fees and wages.
In the short term splashing the cash won Blackburn the league and Chelsea a few trophies, but even Abramovich has limits to his spending.
Liverpool tried to compete without decent ticket revenue. They have no more right to a top four position than Tottenham, Villa, Everton or City. A new stadium is a must for their long term success.
Utd had the perfect formula, top manager, excellent youth policy, the highest revenue, top capacity, massive brand success, and twenty years success on the pitch. It made all other football fans sick. Then came the Glaziers and we all have hope.
You sold Ronaldo and let Tevez go and debt rose to its highest ever. The only answer is the Glaziers finding a buyer.
Hey andy, nice to see the gooneresque ID before opening your post, which just about clinches it. As I wrote before anyone , be it Russian, Middle eastern, American , or Chinese multi-billionaire would love to buy a fantastic club as ours.
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Ian, you are learning fast! A+ for you! You're now appropriately using "fantastic" to describe your club instead of "biggest club in the world". I see that you were able to see my point and actually learn. Shame on me for disrediting you as a stubborn, close-minded poster like your silly friends here! Good job, hopefully we can continue to learn from each other! ;))
I am just Andy from Hackney mate. Your hope is my fear on the rich new owner of Utd front. I think the rich City will put alot off people investing in english football. However, as a business Utd are a ready made brand etc. Time will tell.