Duff image company reaps €450k profit

A company set up by Republic of Ireland international Damien Duff to exploit his image rights made a pre-tax profit of almost €450,000 in its first year of operation.

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Ian Kehoe

15th October, 2005

A company set up by Republic of Ireland international Damien Duff to exploit his image rights made a pre-tax profit of almost €450,000 in its first year of operation.

Lightzest UK, which was established by the Chelsea winger last July, posted a turnover of €508,000 for the year ending July 31, 2004, according to accounts just filed by the Companies Office in Britain.

The company ended the year with retained profits of €313,000, after footing a tax...

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