Yeeeaaaass. I see Chelsea gets its high position in the "solvency" table through having a reported positive cashflow of £29m. This is despite running a loss of £52m in the year and a loss of £66m in the previous year.
I'm not sure that I can conclude very much from this and I know that I can read company accounts better than most. If the conclusion is that, before interest payments, United generates the most income of any club and, before shareholder generosity, City loses the most of any club, then fair enough. But it's not exactly news. I'm not sure the rest of the positions in the table mean very much - Chelsea's high position being the obvious example.