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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Hazy2 » Sat Nov 12, 2016 7:22 pm

If City had a robot or two in the ground. And one fired a RPG at the scum fans would we get a fine.
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby johnny crossan » Sun Nov 13, 2016 7:40 am


does it mention Spanair?
This is the business end though

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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby dazby » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:39 am

I reckon that will have changed now that fake Rinaldo signed his new deal.
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Hutch's Shoulder » Tue Nov 15, 2016 7:09 pm

Crystal Palace at 20????
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby john@staustell » Wed Nov 30, 2016 1:47 pm

TECNO tablet and handset partner.

https://www.mancity.com/news/club-news/ ... 0501021443

TECNO Mobile is the new Official Tablet and Handset Partner of Manchester City.

The Club launched its newest global partnership at the City Football Academy on Wednesday 30 November, which signalled the start of a multi-year agreement with the premium mobile brand.

TECNO, part of Transsion Holdings, join City’s ever increasing portfolio of partners and received a welcome message from a number of Blues' stars, including Club Captain Vincent Kompany, Kevin de Bruyne, Fabian Delph and Raheem Sterling.

Already established as Africa’s leading mobile phone brand, TECNO also enjoy a presence in 40 emerging markets, where City’s fan base continues to grow and this latest deal will see the two combine on marketing and advertising campaigns around the world.

“We are delighted to welcome TECNO Mobile to Manchester City’s growing repertoire of global partners,” said City Football Group’s Chief Commercial Officer, Tom Glick.

“Its global focus coupled with a commitment to each of its local markets reflects our ethos and we look forward to working with them to connect with Manchester City’s global fan base.”

With a history of business relationships in elite sport, the fast-growing international brand is delighted to embark on a partnership with City, a club who they feel shares similar values.

“We are honoured to be partnering with such a successful and well known club as Manchester City" added TECNO Mobile General Manager, Stephen Ha.

“Providing our consumers with an unparalleled mobile experience is a top priority for TECNO Mobile and we see many similarities with Manchester City when we look at their commitment to delivering a premium matchday and digital experience for their fans.”
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby johnny crossan » Wed Nov 30, 2016 1:55 pm

Just read in the Telegraph comments that we are a giant currency laundromat for a despotic kleptocracy. That's nice.
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby john@staustell » Wed Nov 30, 2016 1:58 pm

johnny crossan wrote:Just read in the Telegraph comments that we are a giant currency laundromat for a despotic kleptocracy. That's nice.


That would never be in the Mirror for sure
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby john@staustell » Wed Feb 01, 2017 8:19 am

Better than yer average 'condoms in China' deal. Insurance in America (etc.)

https://www.mancity.com/news/club-news/ ... 5791280549

Manchester City is delighted to announce that we have agreed a deal which sees Hyperion become the Club’s official partner.

The world’s largest employee-owned insurance group has also joined forces with New York City FC and now holds regional partner status with both City Football Group clubs.
Operating across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, Australia and New Zealand and in the USA, Hyperion is unveiled as the Official Regional Partner of Manchester City in the UK and the United Arab Emirates.
Damian Willoughby, senior vice-president for partnerships at City Football Group, is pleased to have Hyperion on board.
“City Football Group and Hyperion both have unique growth and success stories that have been built on a spirit of striving for excellence, an unwavering focus on the needs of our supporters and clients, and a commitment to creating a globally connected, but locally relevant, group structure” he said.
“Having been a client of Hyperion’s for a number of years we have been very impressed by their unique approach to delivering first-class service to their clients and we look forward to working with them throughout our partnership.”
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Saul Goodman » Tue Feb 07, 2017 9:57 pm

Nice to see City beating out United (and everyone else) for the most viewers in the US this season

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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Foreverinbluedreams » Tue Feb 07, 2017 10:06 pm

Saul Goodman wrote:Nice to see City beating out United (and everyone else) for the most viewers in the US this season

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The biggest draw yet only fifth most shown.
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Wonderwall » Tue Feb 07, 2017 10:17 pm

West ham? They are high considering
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Saul Goodman » Tue Feb 07, 2017 11:53 pm

Foreverinbluedreams wrote:
Saul Goodman wrote:Nice to see City beating out United (and everyone else) for the most viewers in the US this season

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The biggest draw yet only fifth most shown.

I dont know what to think considering ive watched every City league match on NBC this season. Im not sure what happened to the other 5 on this list. Every league match from every club is on. Maybe this means only NBC and NBCSN, not the extra NBC channels
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Slim » Wed Feb 08, 2017 12:16 am

Wonderwall wrote:West ham? They are high considering


You have to consider who their opponents would have been.
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby phips » Wed Feb 08, 2017 1:36 am

Wonderwall wrote:West ham? They are high considering

Maybe due to American ownership and Payet? Poyet was so hyped during the Euros, which even casual football fans here would've watched; so maybe they fell prey to that hype and followed his club team? Or maybe Green Street Hooligans' influence?
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby sheblue » Wed Feb 08, 2017 7:01 am

Slim wrote:
Wonderwall wrote:West ham? They are high considering


You have to consider who their opponents would have been.


Would that not apply to all other teams aswell...
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Peter Doherty (AGAIG) » Wed Feb 08, 2017 2:45 pm

Wonderwall wrote:West ham? They are high considering

Everyone likes to watch a carcrash from a safe distance.
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby john@staustell » Thu May 04, 2017 11:26 am

Power management - whatever will we think of next? Maybe it ties in with all the nergy conservation Sane has been doing lately?

https://www.mancity.com/news/club-news/ ... 3892029775

Eaton are Manchester City’s new Official Home Energy Storage Partner in the UK.

The Club has signed a multi-year deal with the power management company, which builds on its commitment to leading the way in sustainability.

Taking a wholly sustainablE approach to energy and utility use, this new agreement will enable City to further develop in this area.

Eaton, who have more than 100 years of experience in the industry, will share best practice in energy storage to help enhance the Club’s efforts across all its daily operations at the Etihad Stadium and City Football Academy.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Eaton as this relationship exemplifies the Club’s ongoing commitment to sustainability,” explains Damian Willoughby, Senior VP of Partnerships at City Football Group.

“Eaton shares City’s values of operating in a way that promotes a positive impact on our community and environment.”

The partnership also marks the launch of Eaton’s limited edition xStorage Home, one of the most reliable and affordable energy storage systems on the market.

Cyrille Brisson, EMEA Vice President at Eaton added: “At Eaton, we make what matters work. Aside from making power safe and reliable, it also needs to be sustainable to improve our overall quality of life and contribute to a better environment.

“Energy storage is a key part of that strategy and part of Eaton’s ongoing commitment to reducing our reliance on fossil fuels.

“We’re proud to partner with Manchester City – a club that also supports our vision of a greener tomorrow.”
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby johnny crossan » Tue May 09, 2017 7:29 am

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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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Wonderwall » Tue May 09, 2017 9:55 am

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?
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Re: The Worldwide Commercial Enterprise Continues

Postby Foreverinbluedreams » Tue May 09, 2017 9:58 am

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.
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