Damien Duff’s image makes over €1m profits

A company set up by Ireland football international Damien Duff to exploit his image rights had profits of over €1 million at the end of last year.

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Ian Kehoe

8th December, 2007

A company set up by Ireland football international Damien Duff to exploit his image rights had profits of over €1 million at the end of last year.

Lightzest UK, which was established by the Newcastle United winger in 2004, posted a profit of €271,000 last year, bringing retained profits to €1.1 million, according to accounts filed in the Companies Office in Britain. The company has €1.3 million cash in the bank and is owed more...

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