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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby johnny crossan » Tue May 09, 2017 10:50 am

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johnny crossan wrote:This is a good find by Colin Savage (Prestwich Blue) from the other place - here is his post in full

'A lecturer in football finance at Liverpool Uni has analysed all the PL clubs' accounts for 2016 and applied a valuation method called the Markham Multivariate Model (MMM). This was developed by a guy called Dr Tom Markham and claims to be the most accurate model for valuing companies, particularly football clubs. For those interested it's a calculation based on net assets, revenue and net profits.

Using it, we come out valued at just under £2.3bn and the rags are just behind us at £2.23bn. Then come Arsenal, Spurs & Chelsea all valued at over £1bn but Liverpool, in sixth place, are quite a way behind in value at £590m. So Sheikh Mansour has nearly doubled his investment.

Here's the full table:

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What do the ranking brackets mean? It's not last season's table position and it can't be previous money table position?


It's supposed to be last season's positions but there are obvious errors there.

just City and Spurs the wrong way round as far as I can see
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Justified logic » Tue May 09, 2017 5:57 pm

Foreverinbluedreams wrote:
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johnny crossan wrote:This is a good find by Colin Savage (Prestwich Blue) from the other place - here is his post in full

'A lecturer in football finance at Liverpool Uni has analysed all the PL clubs' accounts for 2016 and applied a valuation method called the Markham Multivariate Model (MMM). This was developed by a guy called Dr Tom Markham and claims to be the most accurate model for valuing companies, particularly football clubs. For those interested it's a calculation based on net assets, revenue and net profits.

Using it, we come out valued at just under £2.3bn and the rags are just behind us at £2.23bn. Then come Arsenal, Spurs & Chelsea all valued at over £1bn but Liverpool, in sixth place, are quite a way behind in value at £590m. So Sheikh Mansour has nearly doubled his investment.

Here's the full table:

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What do the ranking brackets mean? It's not last season's table position and it can't be previous money table position?


It's supposed to be last season's positions but there are obvious errors there.

...So how reliable are the data in the model if they can't get a simple thing like last season's final positions correct?
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby johnny crossan » Tue May 09, 2017 9:27 pm

Justified logic wrote:
Foreverinbluedreams wrote:
Wonderwall wrote:
johnny crossan wrote:This is a good find by Colin Savage (Prestwich Blue) from the other place - here is his post in full

'A lecturer in football finance at Liverpool Uni has analysed all the PL clubs' accounts for 2016 and applied a valuation method called the Markham Multivariate Model (MMM). This was developed by a guy called Dr Tom Markham and claims to be the most accurate model for valuing companies, particularly football clubs. For those interested it's a calculation based on net assets, revenue and net profits.

Using it, we come out valued at just under £2.3bn and the rags are just behind us at £2.23bn. Then come Arsenal, Spurs & Chelsea all valued at over £1bn but Liverpool, in sixth place, are quite a way behind in value at £590m. So Sheikh Mansour has nearly doubled his investment.

Here's the full table:

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What do the ranking brackets mean? It's not last season's table position and it can't be previous money table position?


It's supposed to be last season's positions but there are obvious errors there.

...So how reliable are the data in the model if they can't get a simple thing like last season's final positions correct?

This is the MUEN's gloomy take on the study, that should go down well with you.
http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/ ... d-13008389
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Foreverinbluedreams » Tue May 09, 2017 10:01 pm

It is only us and Spurs that positions are mixed up, as JC pointed out, so you could put that down to a typo.

This model valued Everton at £216 million in August 2015.

http://www.sportingintelligence.com/201 ... th-210803/

David Conn reckons that Farhad Moshiri paid £87.5million for a 49.9% share of Everton in February 2016, if he's right then either the model overvalued Everton or Farhad got a cracking deal.
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby johnny crossan » Thu May 11, 2017 12:57 pm

top man in black with top bag
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as befits top dollar prem club
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Im_Spartacus » Thu May 11, 2017 8:20 pm

Foreverinbluedreams wrote:It is only us and Spurs that positions are mixed up, as JC pointed out, so you could put that down to a typo.

This model valued Everton at £216 million in August 2015.

http://www.sportingintelligence.com/201 ... th-210803/

David Conn reckons that Farhad Moshiri paid £87.5million for a 49.9% share of Everton in February 2016, if he's right then either the model overvalued Everton or Farhad got a cracking deal.


It's only a 20% discount which isn't a lot really considering how long everton have been 'seeking investment'
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby johnny crossan » Mon May 22, 2017 7:11 am

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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby john@staustell » Fri Jun 23, 2017 7:37 am

So if you are one of our millions of new fans in Asia and you don't know where you next bet is coming from - worry no more!!

http://www.thedrum.com/news/2017/06/23/ ... r-official

Manchester City FC inks a multi-year deal with Kai-Fa Yule K8.com as Official Betting Partner in Asia will commence at the start of the 2017/18 football season.

The news comes in on the same day as FA’s announcement to end to all sponsorship deals with betting companies.

Manchester City FC is vigorously signing new partnerships to keep up with it’s neighbors ie Manchester United FC. Manchester City currently ranks 5th on Forbes evaluation list.

Damian Willoughby, senior vice president of partnerships at City Football Group, said: “We are delighted to welcome K8.com to the Manchester City family. They share our commitment to innovation and providing the best possible experience for fans and users alike.

“City has a growing and passionate fanbase in Asia and our commercial profile in the region continues to strengthen, supported by offices in Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo. This partnership will allow City fans in Asia to interact with the Club in a new and exciting way and we’re looking forward to working together.”

K8.com’s branding will be present on the digiboards at the Etihad Stadium for all the Manchester City matches in the upcoming season. Users of the K8.com platform will also get access to win special ‘money can’t buy’ experiences involving the Manchester City squad and trips to see the team in action.

Michael McQuade, K8.com representative, said: “The Premier League is one of the biggest football leagues with a large audience and vast influence in Asia.

“This partnership is the perfect platform to promote our brand. We are looking forward to being the new partner of Manchester City and wish the Club all the success for the upcoming 2017/18 season.”
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby zuricity » Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:05 pm

johnny crossan wrote:top man in black with top bag
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as befits top dollar prem club


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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby john@staustell » Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:09 am

Teaming up with Battlefy to build a big 'fandom' in the United States. Whatever that may be!

http://www.thedrum.com/news/2017/06/27/ ... tournament

UK football team Manchester City is looking to drive excitement and build a fandom in the US by hosting a Fifa eSports tournament exclusively in the region.

The club, part of the City Group that incorporates New York City, Yokohama, Melbourne City, Club Atlético Torque and the rumoured purchase of a La Liga side, is working with eSports platform Battlefy to hold the first Man City Fifa 17 Cup.

It will be hosted on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and will see the best 128 players on each platform whittled down to two on each through a series of heats, culminating in two finals in Houston 19 July.

Diego Gigliani, senior vice-president, media and innovation, City Football Marketing, said: “This is a natural evolution for Manchester City. We’ve been very involved with our partner, EA Sports, and the game Fifa for some time.

“As eSports continues to gain momentum, it makes sense for Manchester City to be part of the action and get closer to our fans, who love playing Fifa as Manchester City."

The activity will coincide with the club’s US tour.

Man City was among the first wave of football clubs to snap up an eSports player. The Drum met up with 18-year-old Kieran 'Kez' Brown at the Etihad Stadium, and that interview, alongside an investigation into why clubs are pushing into eSports, will appear in an upcoming feature in The Drum mag and documentary.
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

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dug this out while emptying my frozen photobucket
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby CTID Hants » Wed Jun 28, 2017 8:35 pm

johnny crossan wrote:Image

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A quick squiz on OS, looks like still 13 languages but I'm looking on phone and unable to recognise all, just counted 13...
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby johnny crossan » Fri Jul 07, 2017 12:12 pm

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Thomas Cook Sport is to become the official supplier of supporter travel for Manchester City Football Club. The three-year contract will see the Manchester headquartered sports operator provide official hotel and ticket packages for supporters. The deal, struck ahead of the 2017/18 Premier League season, comes as the team prepares for another UEFA Champions League campaign. As City’s popularity continues to grow across the world, Thomas Cook Sport’s product will be available to supporters from all corners of the globe, in... For the full story register now for free or login below...

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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby john@staustell » Fri Jul 07, 2017 12:34 pm

Beat me by about 10 seconds :-)
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby john@staustell » Tue Jul 11, 2017 1:02 pm

QNET extended - a great relief to us all

https://www.mancity.com/news/club-news/ ... artnership

Manchester City is delighted to announce it has extended its partnership with leading Asian direct selling company, QNET.
The three-year deal sees QNET retain its status as the Club’s Official Direct Selling Partner until 2020 and will allow the company to further expand its global brand presence and establish more diverse marketing platforms.

QNET are the flagship international direct selling subsidiary of the QI Group of Companies and Damian Willoughby, Senior VP of Partnerships for City Football Group, is pleased to have them on board for a further three years.

"We are delighted to see another partner extending their relationship with the Club as our respective businesses have enjoyed sustained growth and are set for further success in the years ahead,” he said.

“As we embark on a new exciting season in the English Premier League, we have a unique opportunity to connect with both our local and global fans and create unforgettable memories.”

Trevor Kuna, Chief Executive Officer of QNET, shares this delight, adding: “We are absolutely thrilled with this on-going partnership with Manchester City.”

“This is a significant relationship between two brands that are both keen on taking on any challenges for the taste of success.

“With this renewed relationship, we get to engage and interact with the various global communities we come into contact with as well as maintain our significant connection to key markets in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe.”
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Nigels Tackle » Tue Jul 11, 2017 1:04 pm

john@staustell wrote:QNET extended - a great relief to us all

https://www.mancity.com/news/club-news/ ... artnership

Manchester City is delighted to announce it has extended its partnership with leading Asian direct selling company, QNET.
The three-year deal sees QNET retain its status as the Club’s Official Direct Selling Partner until 2020 and will allow the company to further expand its global brand presence and establish more diverse marketing platforms.

QNET are the flagship international direct selling subsidiary of the QI Group of Companies and Damian Willoughby, Senior VP of Partnerships for City Football Group, is pleased to have them on board for a further three years.

"We are delighted to see another partner extending their relationship with the Club as our respective businesses have enjoyed sustained growth and are set for further success in the years ahead,” he said.

“As we embark on a new exciting season in the English Premier League, we have a unique opportunity to connect with both our local and global fans and create unforgettable memories.”

Trevor Kuna, Chief Executive Officer of QNET, shares this delight, adding: “We are absolutely thrilled with this on-going partnership with Manchester City.”

“This is a significant relationship between two brands that are both keen on taking on any challenges for the taste of success.

“With this renewed relationship, we get to engage and interact with the various global communities we come into contact with as well as maintain our significant connection to key markets in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe.”


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