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Financial firepower

Each of the top six Premier League heavyweights will be hoping that their investment brings trophies – and riches – this season, writes James Enright

13th August, 2011

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Main sponsor: AON

The paradoxical nature of elite football clubs and their finances is best summed up by Manchester United. According to Deloitte’s latest annual football money league, they earned total revenue of €350 million for the 2009/10 financial year.

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