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« Svar #540 på: Januar 25, 2021, 12:59:49 »
Leeds receive further investment from San Francisco 49ers as stake rises to 37%

https://theathletic.com/news/leeds-san-francisco-49ers-investment/OwFL4tWHV6Md

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The San Francisco 49ers have more than doubled their stake in Leeds to 37 per cent. Club want to use the extra resources to qualify for Europe, redevelop Elland Road and build a new training ground. #lufc


På tide å hente fram denne fra i fjor høst. Visjonene Paraag marathe har for klubben er fortsatt rein porno:

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« Svar #541 på: Januar 25, 2021, 18:40:40 »
Leeds receive further investment from San Francisco 49ers as stake rises to 37%

https://theathletic.com/news/leeds-san-francisco-49ers-investment/OwFL4tWHV6Md

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The San Francisco 49ers have more than doubled their stake in Leeds to 37 per cent. Club want to use the extra resources to qualify for Europe, redevelop Elland Road and build a new training ground. #lufc
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« Svar #542 på: Januar 25, 2021, 18:47:53 »
Det ser solid ut!

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Spoke to #lufc chairman Andrea Radrizzani & new vice chairman Paraag Marathe re  @49ers
 investment.
Radrizzani says the investment is “something more than” the £50m reported. It’s part of a 5-7 year plan to build something relevant in the world of football.

Marathe when asked if  @49ers  new investment will mean they have a stake in ER itself. “We’re not necessarily sharing a lot of the intricate details of the deal.... It’s into everything.”
No new share issue he says. “Same group & same shares. We’re doing this together.” #lufc

Big message from both was continued long-term working partnership to build #lufc into a global footballing power.
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Sv: Den økonomiske hverdagen, blir det bedre?
« Svar #543 på: Januar 25, 2021, 20:01:01 »
Graham har fått Andrea i tale:

Andrea Radrizzani on what San Francisco 49ers' £50m-plus investment means for Leeds United's short-term and long-term goals
The San Francisco 49ers' £50m-plus investment in Leeds United will bring short term stability as the Whites consolidate in the Premier League.
By Graham Smyth Monday, 25th January 2021, 6:20 pm


And majority owner Andrea Radrizzani says his partnership with the 49ers, in the long term, will help the club to close the gap to the top clubs.

An increased stake of 37 per cent in Leeds United for the 49ers was announced yesterday morning but Radrizzani says the share split is not as important as the relationship and how it works for all parties.

A fresh injection of cash, at a time when revenue is being hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, was vital however.

"Part of the money will be to keep the club going," said Radrizzani.

"The investing we have done in the summer was very heavy for the company. I think it gives a bit of stability to the club itself. It was something already planned for a while.

"It's something more [than £50m] but I don't think it's about the level of investment that changes life for Leeds United. The numbers, the percentage we have now, 63:37, it could be 60:40, 50:50, it doesn't matter. What matters is we're happy, we're working together and have a clear common goal."


Premier League survival is the initial key to further commercial success, that in turn can drive on-field progression, says Radrizzani.

"With my initial investment four years ago I started a new journey, the first phase was promotion, now it's important to stay in the Premier League," said the Italian.

"Together with our friends from San Francisco we have more opportunities to support the club where the investment in players is not only important but the revenue you can bring to the club. We need to close the gap to the top clubs, they make much more revenue, therefore they have more opportunities in the transfer market than us.

"We need to establish a strong management and support them together to generate more revenue and the club itself will have this opportunity. But we need to stay in the Premier League for two or three years."

https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/football/leeds-united/andrea-radrizzani-what-san-francisco-49ers-ps50m-plus-investment-means-leeds-uniteds-short-term-and-long-term-goals-3112498
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« Svar #544 på: Januar 25, 2021, 21:45:52 »
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Sv: Den økonomiske hverdagen, blir det bedre?
« Svar #545 på: Januar 25, 2021, 23:39:21 »
Daniel Chapman har det med å cut the crap, og komme opp med det vesentlige...
(uthevet) - og nå er det altså Leicester som er forbildet til Radrizzani.

There are a lot of interviews being recorded and written up about all this, but it's one of those HUY-UGE DEVELOPMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS that has next-to-no significance for, like, this week. Lots of fans look at all the noise around something like this and ask, reasonably, 'What does this mean?' and get loads of flannel in response about synergising strategy and exploiting commercial opportunities that doesn't help to clarify anything. And in a way there's not actually anything to clarify, beyond:

Radrizzani and the 49ers, and now specifically Marathe, look like sticking around
And working together
It'd take a lot of money for someone to buy them all out
So unless things go wrong this feels like the beginning of the long-term

After the short-term (within five years) identified for getting the heck out of the EFL
A lot of the things we associate with promotion to the Premier League — stadium developments and Rodrigo De Paul, basically — feel dependent on the sort of certainty this deal provides. With the financial terms settled and something like the QSI factor now off the scene, those projects can get green-lights in earnest.

Well, the stadium can, RdP not so much, although Marathe did talk to Martyn Ziegler of The Times about transfers:

“This is not a flash in the pan where we just hang on by the laces of our shoes, this is somewhere we want to be here to stay, and as we are more competitive to compete within Europe and at bigger tournaments that brings with it more financial resources as well.

"There was some data that showed we are already the sixth-highest spending club this past summer so that’s already been demonstrated and the hope is to have more resources, but really the hope is to be sustainably competitive.”

But in this FFP age, owners can't just write Mbappe on a cheque and have him arrive tomorrow. Radrizzani told Ziegler — and it came up in everything — that stadium redevelopment is key to creating the conditions (of finance and facilities) for signing topper players:

“Our plan is ambitious. We see our objective very clearly. We want to build the club to be just next to the top ones. We have a three to five-year plan to reach the level we aim [for], and by staying in the Premier League for a few years we could aim to have a renovated stadium that could become a symbol of our ambition and modernisation of the club in an area the 49ers can add a lot of value.

“I respect and admire what Leicester has done so that is my model, I would say what we should aim to be — how they manage the club and keep their standards high. We are one of the few brands in the world which has a massive opportunity to build a club which can get next to the big ones because our brand is already well-known. We are working to become more relevant to the new generation.”

I was already thinking about Leicester ahead of recording the podcast yesterday that previews our game with them; their ability to extra mega-bucks prices from Stamford Bridge and Old Trafford for their players, while still keeping stars like Vardy and Schmeichel and recruiting to make their squad even stronger, is a fairly spectacular and by now consistent piece of conjuring. (I have a sneaky feeling they're going to just pip us to the Premier League title this season — every other club feels too caught up in psychodrama.)

Leicester came up again in Radrizzani's conversation with Tariq Panja in the New York Times, as well as his idea of a network of clubs, something that always gives me mild anxiety whenever he brings it up — concentrate, man! One thing at a time!

“Our model, I think, is Leicester City,” Radrizzani said. “We have shared this a lot internally. If there’s a club I admire for what has been done in terms of football management, it’s Leicester.”

Having completed the stake sale, Radrizzani acknowledged that he was now considering adding to his own portfolio, perhaps by buying other European soccer teams. The idea, he said, would be to find opportunities that would allow Leeds to develop players at smaller clubs, or to invest in larger ones that would allow him to develop their sporting and commercial models in concert with those at Leeds United.

He said he would not consider, however, emulating Manchester City’s model of multiple-club ownership, with teams spread across multiple continents. Radrizzani said his sole focus would be on Europe.

Leicester might hold a clue here, too. It goes a bit under the radar, but their owners — King Power — also own OH Leuven in Belgium. There's a good old article about the link up at The Athletic, that mentions Leuven is the home of Stella Artois — it's the headquarters of Anheuser-Busch InBev — and aspires to be more than a feeder club, publicly at least, perhaps to soothe the worries of Belgians who saw an influx of Leicester City staff and wondered what was happening:

There has been cooperation between the two clubs but Willems insists OHL are not a feeder club for Leicester.

“It has never been said that there would be five or six players from Leicester and there would be an obligation to play them,” he says. “If they bring an added value, they are welcome but it is more, ‘Let’s find some good players for Leuven and if they are really good, they might go to Leicester.’"

Since that article was written, OHL have won promotion and are now closing in on European qualification — but with a game coming up against Jordan Botaka's Charleroi, I don't give them much chance. Anyway, this sort of thing is happening:

Leicester City icon Andy King has joined sister side OH Leuven until the end of the season. After saying an emotional goodbye to City in the summer after 15 years at the club, King has been searching for a new home, and has found one in the King Power-owned Belgian side ... At Leuven, King will join a trio of City loanees in midfielder Kamal Sowah, goalkeeper Daniel Iversen, and forward Josh Eppiah

...and following him a week later was Filip Benkovic, on loan from, can you guess? Anyway, Leicester-Leuven might indicate a future direction for Leeds. Unless we can somehow convince Solksjaer to given us £80m for Alioski, and you know what, I think he just might.

Other bits from the deal: Marathe told the New York Times it took a while because of Covid:

While a deal is now done, it was not quick, smooth or simple, Marathe said, because of complications created by the coronavirus pandemic.

“I’ve been doing deals my whole career, and it’s always easier to have a meeting of the minds when the minds are actually physically next to each other, so that, first and foremost, made it very complicated,” Marathe said in a video interview in which he was joined by Radrizzani.

Radrizzani confirmed he had talked to other parties about investing in Leeds United, including the Qatari owners of Paris St.-Germain, the perennial French champion.

The 49ers’ plan in increasing their stake, Marathe added, is to bring the team’s N.F.L. experience to bear on Leeds’s operations on and off the field, through shared proprietary analytics tools to best practices on management and staffing.

And Radrizzani told The Times he wants to keep Marcelo Bielsa in post, although again, the pandemic has some influence, as well as Bielsa's preference for concentrating on the job he's doing:

“Marcelo is a man of his word, he doesn’t need a contract and we decide year by year because obviously he’s far from home, he couldn’t decide to stay longer in the Championship and at the same time especially in a year with Covid we need to respect the circumstances and decide in the right time.

“It is our intention to continue with him and we will open a discussion with him when he’s ready to do so, but at the moment Marcelo is very focused on each game so I don’t know if he’s really caring about his own future as he’s so analytic and focused on his job.

“I am ready to talk when he is, we have a continuous relationship and there’s a lot of respect and understanding between us.”

And still in The Times, the redevelopment of Elland Road is obviously going to be vital, and Marathe had a lot to say about what the 49ers did with their JeansBowl:

“At the 49ers we went through a long process — Candlestick Park was the oldest unrenovated stadium in the NFL, it had been our home for 50 years and finally after a very difficult process in 2014 we opened Levi’s Stadium and we hosted Superbowl 50 the next year.

“So we have the knowhow, the people, the expertise and the blueprint to go through that exercise of putting a plan together and executing on that vision. We went from being the second or third lowest revenue club at Candlestick Park to being a top five revenue club.”

“This is what we do, this is our bread and butter. We have people here at the 49ers who have done all this before and now we can take that and export it to Yorkshire and be able to help everyone there.”
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« Svar #546 på: Januar 26, 2021, 08:05:10 »
Dette har gått litt under raderen etter nyheten om 49ers:

Chad “Lasso” Hurley
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·
8h
Breaking! Following my previous investments in @warriors and @LAFC, I’m proud to announce I’m joining the ownership group of @premierleague club @LUFC.  See you soon at Elland Road! Soccer ball #MarchingOnTogether

Han er en del av en gruppe med noen "få" andre investorer som har kjøpt seg inn ved siden av 49ers slik jeg leser kommentarene nedover?

Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chad_Hurley
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« Svar #547 på: Januar 26, 2021, 08:25:02 »
Vi tar store steg med Andrea ved roret. Han viser seg som en ressurssterk fyr, selv om lommeboka ikke er like feit som de blodpengefylte lommebøkene til QSI, Abramovic et. Al.

Husker dere da Cellino ble oppringt av en supporter og svarte i fylla? Eller da Bates i vindu etter vindu sa at det var penger til forsterkninger hvorpå fanfavoritten ble solgt på tampen av vinduet. Digg å bli kvitt alt det surret der.

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« Svar #548 på: Januar 26, 2021, 10:45:14 »
Dette har gått litt under raderen etter nyheten om 49ers:

Chad “Lasso” Hurley
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·
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Breaking! Following my previous investments in @warriors and @LAFC, I’m proud to announce I’m joining the ownership group of @premierleague club @LUFC.  See you soon at Elland Road! Soccer ball #MarchingOnTogether

Han er en del av en gruppe med noen "få" andre investorer som har kjøpt seg inn ved siden av 49ers slik jeg leser kommentarene nedover?

Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chad_Hurley

Co-founder av youtube, gett :)

Og ingen falsk konto (har 600.000 følgere), han kommenterer hvorvidt han er en del av 49'ers-investeringen

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They led the investment round, I’m investing along side them with a few others.
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« Svar #549 på: Januar 26, 2021, 22:04:35 »
Han oppfører seg vel egentlig som en youtube-gründer, ja :D :D :D

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Replying to @andrearadri and @LUFC
Thanks for letting me join the @LUFC family! Folded handsYellow heartBlue heart Now DM me who we plan to sign, I promise not to tweet about it! Face with tears of joy #MOT
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« Svar #550 på: Mars 09, 2021, 23:25:49 »
Hva skyldes så dette  mon tro??? :o

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Just had a notification through that #lufc have changed their accounting date to 31 July from 30 June so the next set of accounts we get to see will be for the 13 months to 31 July 2020. Not sure why, maybe something significant to include that happened in July 2020?
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« Svar #551 på: Mars 10, 2021, 00:09:29 »
Hva skyldes så dette  mon tro??? :o

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Just had a notification through that #lufc have changed their accounting date to 31 July from 30 June so the next set of accounts we get to see will be for the 13 months to 31 July 2020. Not sure why, maybe something significant to include that happened in July 2020?

Juli var jo en del av 2019/20-sesongen. Man ønsker at utgiftene for juli bokføres der. Klubbene fikk sikkert unntak fra budsjettdisiplin siden økonomien ble rammet for alle.
Ny periode/sesong startet da 01.08 med spillerkjøp, PL-lønninger osv. Høres logisk ut.

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« Svar #553 på: April 04, 2021, 09:46:20 »
En tråd rundt det økonomiske reasultatet

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Leeds United lost £64 million in Covid-19  hit 2019/20 in winning the Championship despite record revenues for a non parachute payments club   #LUFC #MOT

https://twitter.com/KieranMaguire/status/1378590692176433153?s=20
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« Svar #554 på: April 04, 2021, 09:50:03 »
En tråd rundt det økonomiske reasultatet

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Leeds United lost £64 million in Covid-19  hit 2019/20 in winning the Championship despite record revenues for a non parachute payments club   #LUFC #MOT

https://twitter.com/KieranMaguire/status/1378590692176433153?s=20

Et misset opprykk for andre år på rad hadde vært greier.....
 

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« Svar #555 på: April 04, 2021, 12:05:55 »
Bare det at vi klarer oss etter 1 sesong i premier league  oppveier vel tapet på 64 millioner pund? Er vel andre klubber i ligaen som har tapt mer? Krysser fingrene for at vi får ha publikum på kampene våres igjen når en ny sesong sparkes i gang igjen i august.

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« Svar #556 på: April 04, 2021, 12:06:50 »
Mike Thornton har våknet, men er ikke alarmert akkurat...


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#LUFC accounts available at CH for anyone interested- covers a 13 month year

Much in line with expectations, profit and loss as forecast
Cash owed in future for transfers up, cash in bank up (ST cash held back, plus new ST etc & later date of accounts?)
49ers cash confirmed.
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« Svar #557 på: April 04, 2021, 12:22:51 »
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Leeds United’s accounts for financial period July 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020 show an overall loss of £62m.
Turnover hit £54m but total admin expenses were £108m. Wage bill was £78m.
Expenditure paid off but safe to say promotion was needed. #lufc

Covid will have contributed to the size of the loss with no crowds/match day revenue towards the end of last season. Accounts confirm the £23m investment from the 49ers. Also mentions securing separate £43m of loan funding.

the £43m loan most likely refers to a forward funding deal Leeds arranged after promotion (which many Premier League clubs have). Explained in this piece:

https://theathletic.co.uk/2118542/2020/10/08/leeds-united-fund-transfer-window/
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« Svar #558 på: April 04, 2021, 12:55:08 »
Bare det at vi klarer oss etter 1 sesong i premier league  oppveier vel tapet på 64 millioner pund? Er vel andre klubber i ligaen som har tapt mer? Krysser fingrene for at vi får ha publikum på kampene våres igjen når en ny sesong sparkes i gang igjen i august.

Tja. Nå får man ca 70 millioner pr klubb pluss 2,5 mill pr plassering på tabellen. I tillegg ca 1 mill pr TV-kamp. Men utgiftene øker også dramatisk i PL. Publikum er tilbake neste sesong.
Men at andre klubber taper store penger vil trolig påvirke ny TV-avtale som spikres senere i vår. Det betyr kanskje mer til de store klubber og mer "nødhjelp" fra PL til lag på nivå 2-4, som sliter. Det er ikke bra for Leeds. Gullgruven fra PL kan bli svekket etter 2022.

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« Svar #559 på: April 05, 2021, 14:17:23 »
How much prize money will Leeds United earn in the Premier League this season?
Leeds United released their 2019/20 accounts over the Easter Weekend detailing a £64 million loss during the promotion campaign


ByJoe Donnohue  Leeds United Reporter 12:00, 5 APR 2021


Leeds United's gamble to appoint Marcelo Bielsa, spend robustly and make a dash for the Premier League is one which has undoubtedly paid off.

The club released their most recent accounts, for the period covering the 2019/20 promotion campaign last season, revealing a £64 million loss.

Whilst that is a figure which appears somewhat daunting, much of that accounts for promotion bonuses paid out and a £32.1 million increase to the club's wage bill - all part and parcel of any side going up to the Premier League.

Much like the concept of fixed costs, expanding operations - in this case, playing at a higher level - has the potential to boost revenue but also costs more money to maintain.

On a more positive note, the reason the Premier League is treated somewhat like the Holy Grail for Championship sides is the riches that come with membership in England's top division.


Last season, each Premier League club received an equal share payment of £31.8 million for participating in the competition. This is £1.7 million greater than the total commercial revenue earned in the same period by Leeds United, outlined in the club's latest accounts.

The year before, the Premier League's equal share payment to each competing club was £34.3 million, according to the league's own figures.

In 2018/19, each Premier League side earned £43 million from overseas TV broadcasters and an additional £5 million listed as 'Central Commercial'. This was in addition to the £34.3 million awarded just for competing in the league.

There are two areas where Premier League clubs can see their earnings differ year-on-year compared to their divisional rivals: Facility Fees and Merit Payments.

Facility Fees are those paid to clubs when they host a live match, with ten guaranteed per season as a minimum, before coronavirus. However, some sides are on television more than others, which widens a financial disparity between the most and least entertaining, and marketable teams.

Merit Payments are awarded to Premier League teams based on the position they finish in the league table.

The higher a team finishes the season, the more prize money they are awarded.

According to Statista, Liverpool earned £35.5 million in merit payments for winning the Premier League last season, whereas Norwich City - who finished bottom - were awarded a merit payment of £1.8 million.

Given that Leeds have been charting around 10th-to-12th place throughout this season, it is safe to assume the team are likely to finish mid-table.


Based on 2018/19 and 2019/20 data, this is how much Leeds could be expected to earn in Premier League prize money:

2018/19
10th - West Ham United     Merit Payment - £21.1 million 
11th - Watford                   Merit Payment - £19.1 million
12th - Crystal Palace          Merit Payment - £17.2 million

2019/20
10th - Burnley                   Merit Payment - £19.5 million
11th - Southampton           Merit Payment - £17.8 million
12th - Everton                   Merit Payment - £16.0 million

https://www.leeds-live.co.uk/sport/leeds-united/leeds-united-premier-league-money-20322216
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Sv: Den økonomiske hverdagen, blir det bedre?
« Svar #560 på: April 05, 2021, 19:41:13 »
Ca 80 mill £ da... all in all ;)
Også noe sponsorinntekter da....eksklusivt utenom det som MÅ være på PL arenaer...