United finances rosier than ever despite on-pitch woes


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  • Thursday, 22 Jan 2015

(Reuters) - A leap in commercial and broadcast revenue lifted Manchester United into second place behind Real Madrid on the list of the world's richest clubs in 2013-14, according to Deloitte's latest Football Money League.

Despite a poor season on the pitch, United's income surged to 518 million euros ($599.4 million), from 424 million the previous year, with commercial revenue rising 24 percent and broadcast income 34 percent, Deloitte said on Thursday.

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