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12 August 2021 - 10:46 AM

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Financial head-to-head Tottenham v Manchester City

  • Two years ago Tottenham and Manchester City (along with Liverpool) formed the creme de la creme of English football. City had just finished record-breaking Premier League Champions and Spurs had made the Champions League final.
  • But while City are again champions, Spurs have finished sixth and seventh having sacked Mauricio Pochetino and endured a tumultuous spell under Jose Mourinho
  • Spurs hoped to make a great leap in matchday revenue after moving to a new stadium in April 2019, but Covid-19 shut the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium down before a full season could be completed there. Spurs' losses for 2019/20 were €77.2 million. 
  • City’s revenue dropped 11 per cent to €545 million for 2019/20 as the club adjusted to the financial effects of the pandemic.

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