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AVFC 3rd Fastest Growing Club In World Footie

AVFC 3rd Fastest Growing Club In World Footie

Aston Villa are the third fastest growing football club in the world (in value change over the last year). This is according to the self-styled 'tool of capitalism' Forbes magazine.

Ha, I'm nicking the info from Vital Man City - click here done by Sinbad!

Forbes shows an improvement in value for Aston Villa of 26% over the last year whereas other English football clubs rate far lower in this regard:

Villa come second to Man City:

Man City 62%
Aston Villa 26%
Spurs 8%
Chelsea 5%
Everton 5%
Manyoo 4%
Arsenal 0%
Liverpool -4%
Newcastle -5%

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Writer:Sinbad & Ripped Off By Fear!
Date:Saturday September 5 2009
Time: 3:32PM

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Proof, if proof is needed that we have the right people in charge. great work, all of you.
heathfieldroad1874
05/09/2009 15:35:00
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Proof, if proof is needed that we have the right people in charge. great work, all of you.
heathfieldroad1874
05/09/2009 15:35:00
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Great work by all but only 1% difference between Newcastle and Liverpool?
Gordonsleftboot
05/09/2009 15:40:00
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Great work by all but only 1% difference between Newcastle and Liverpool?
Gordonsleftboot
05/09/2009 15:40:00
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If you go to the MCFC site, look at the second report and the income estimates for some of the European clubs are much higher than I expected. Villa's revenue is shown as less than half of many of the leading clubs in Europe. Just goes to show the possibilities for the club (and Randy) if they can keep the growth going.
Gordonsleftboot
05/09/2009 15:47:00
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If you go to the MCFC site, look at the second report and the income estimates for some of the European clubs are much higher than I expected. Villa's revenue is shown as less than half of many of the leading clubs in Europe. Just goes to show the possibilities for the club (and Randy) if they can keep the growth going.
Gordonsleftboot
05/09/2009 15:47:00
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staying in European competitions do you mean ?
avfc48
05/09/2009 16:07:00
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staying in European competitions do you mean ?
avfc48
05/09/2009 16:07:00
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Thats because despite what a lot of people on the internet think,Lerner and o`neill know what they are doing.
lerneravfc
05/09/2009 16:54:00
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Thats because despite what a lot of people on the internet think,Lerner and o`neill know what they are doing.
lerneravfc
05/09/2009 16:54:00
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