Premier League 2018/2019


#1064

Didn’t realise the season was over. :thinking:


#1065

765 million

eason 2018 - 2019 2017 - 2018 2016 - 2017 2015 - 2016 2014 - 2015 2013 - 2014 2012 - 2013
Manchester City £765.5 M £728.8 M £610.0 M £447.1 M £409.0 M £389.5 M £386.1 M
Manchester United £608.7 M £590.7 M £478.1 M £390.6 M £391.2 M £305.6 M £278.3 M
Liverpool £554.8 M £408.0 M £464.2 M £406.9 M £285.5 M £289.2 M £242.4 M
Chelsea £393.7 M £342.7 M £445.8 M £411.2 M £340.5 M £391.0 M £364.7 M
Everton £388.9 M £343.4 M £189.3 M £130.1 M £98.2 M £70.8 M £68.2 M
Arsenal £355.6 M £294.7 M £264.1 M £246.2 M £241.8 M £182.6 M £179.9 M
Leicester City £269.9 M £200.6 M £124.0 M £58.9 M £26.1 M £00.0 M £00.0 M
Tottenham Hotspur £241.8 M £258.8 M £211.6 M £152.6 M £174.7 M £189.2 M £144.7 M
West Ham United £230.2 M £153.8 M £143.6 M £101.5 M £73.5 M £33.6 M £29.6 M
Southampton £209.1 M £166.1 M £152.2 M £145.7 M £113.2 M £67.3 M £39.9 M
Crystal Palace £148.1 M £149.7 M £134.7 M £59.2 M £46.9 M £00.0 M £00.0 M
Watford £147.4 M £129.4 M £88.6 M £36.9 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M
Brighton & Hove Albion £141.3 M £80.2 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M
Fulham £117.4 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £38.1 M £20.8 M
Newcastle United £102.9 M £128.8 M £00.0 M £154.1 M £85.2 M £83.2 M £83.8 M
Wolverhampton Wanderers £92.6 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M
Bournemouth A.F.C. £90.7 M £68.8 M £65.8 M £47.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M
Huddersfield Town £77.7 M £71.8 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M
Burnley £62.4 M £33.4 M £47.4 M £00.0 M £13.6 M £00.0 M £00.0 M
Cardiff City £47.1 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £00.0 M £38.0 M £00.0 M

#1066

Is this just expenditure since 2012-2013?


#1067


#1068

i’d forgotten that was on the stroke of half time and all


#1069

Took me a while to work that out.


#1070

I’m not one for wishing my life away but I just wish it was September and I knew if Liverpool win the league and Dublin do the 5.
The hope is a pox.


#1071

If you could only pick one, which would it be?

5-in-a-row or LFC’s first PL title.


#1072

Value of the first team squad the last few year.

you can add a similar table for wages


#1073

That’s easy

A hurling All Ireland !!


#1074

Anna Friel


#1075

Just what they’ve paid for players? Spurs fairly punching above their weight the past few years going by that table but I’m assuming it doesn’t include valuations for Kane and other lads that they’ve brought through


#1076

The City figures gave to be tempered with the fact that they were sold a pup in the cases of Walker, Delph and Stones …


#1077

And what’s the one thing they all have in common? English prem players vastly over rated imo. Kane the exception, Rashford on a going day.


#1078

Silly foul to give away leading to a goal right at half time. Liverpool the better team without being pressed but there’s a been a few warning signs intermittently through the first half and finally punished


#1079

Liverpool hanging on a little and nervy at the back.

Could be loads of goals in this


#1080

Need Fabinho on and the right side strengthen up too exposed that side and nothing going forward.


#1081

Liverpool all over the place…lucky to hold out for a draw…my nerves


#1082

Am I right in saying there are still 14 games left in the league? Loads of points to be dropped potentially by City and Liverpool. The last time Liverpool had a serious challenge they went on a winning streak of 11 consecutive games. No reason City cannot do that.

Both teams still have some tough games ahead too with both to play United and Chelsea


#1083

Chelsea??? … 4 nil down to Bournemouth. The lads have obviously downed tools and want rid of Sarry. Bring back JT.