Premier League 19/20

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Liverpool FC
26
61:15
76
2.
Manchester City
25
65:29
51
3.
Leicester City
26
54:26
50
4.
Chelsea FC
26
43:36
41
5.
Tottenham Hotspur
26
43:34
40
6.
Sheffield United
26
28:24
39
7.
Manchester United
26
38:29
38
8.
Wolverhampton Wanderers
26
35:32
36
9.
Everton FC
26
34:38
36
10.
Arsenal FC
26
36:34
34
11.
Burnley FC
26
30:39
34
12.
Southampton FC
26
32:48
31
13.
Newcastle United
26
24:40
31
14.
Crystal Palace
26
23:32
30
15.
Brighton & Hove Albion
26
31:38
27
16.
AFC Bournemouth
26
26:40
26
17.
Aston Villa
26
34:50
25
18.
West Ham United
25
30:43
24
19.
Watford FC
26
24:40
24
20.
Norwich City
26
24:48
18

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18.02.2020 - 12:45 Uhr
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Mino Raiola joined talkSPORT for a stunning interview on Tuesday morning during which he hit out at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Gary Neville and revealed his client Paul Pogba is only committed to Manchester United until this summer. He also engaged in lengthy row with Simon Jordan, the former Crystal Palace chairman, who accused the […]

11.02.2020 - 16:30 Uhr
theguardian.com

Teams in England’s top two divisions are taking sizeable loans from Macquarie, at times mortgaged against future TV earningsIt was once dubbed the “vampire kangaroo” and accused of “feasting on Britain’s creaking infrastructure” after investing in companies such as Thames Water and avoiding tax through a legal but controversial web of subsidiaries in Luxembourg and the Cayman Islands. But Macquarie Group Limited is a growing influence on English football, underlined on one day in January by Leicester and Wolves extending sizeable loans with the Australian investment bank that are mortgaged against future TV earnings.Now with a portfolio that also includes Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, Middlesbrough, Sheffield United, Southampton, Swansea City, Watford, West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers, a company estimated to manage almost £288bn worth of assets has emerged as the second-biggest lender behind Barclays Bank in an industry where owners continue to chase the dream. Since 2013 and encouraged by increased transparency in the game following the introduction of Uefa’s financial fair play regulations, Macquarie estimates that it has completed more than $1.5bn in loans across Europe’s major leagues, specialising in “transfer financing” and “media and sponsorship rights monetisation”. Related: David Squires on … the trouble with the Premier League winter break Continue reading...

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