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Above anything else, English language?
10 EPL clubs + Celtic in the top 25.

http://www.forbes.com/lists/2008/34/biz_soccer08_Soccer-Team-Valuations_Value.html

http://www.forbes.com/sport/2008/04/30/soccer-players-football-soccer08-cx_pm_teams_slide.html

1 Manchester United Inghilterra 1,800

2 Real Madrid Spagna 1,285

3 Arsenal Inghilterra 1,200

4 Liverpool Inghilterra 1,050

5 Bayern Monaco Germania 917

6 Milan Italia 798

7 Barcellona Spagna 784

8 Chelsea Inghilterra 764

9 Juventus Italia 510

10 Schalke 04 Germania 470

11 Roma Italia 434

12 Tottenham Hotspur Inghilterra 414

13 Olympique Lione Francia 408

14 Inter Italia 403

15 Borussia Dortmund Germania 323

16 Newcastle United Inghilterra 300

17 Amburgo Germania 293

18 Werder Brema Germania 262

19 Valencia Spagna 254

20 Celtic Scozia 227

21 Everton Inghilterra 197

22 West Ham United Inghilterra 195

23 Manchester City Inghilterra 191

24 Aston Villa Inghilterra 190

25 Olympique Marsiglia Francia 187


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Liverpool and Arsenal to overtake Real Madrid in 5 years. Chelsea will also continue to grow and probably be top 5 within 10 years. EPL mid table mediocraty is more valuble than Spanish and Italian Champions league contendors. :eek:
 

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Liverpool and Arsenal to overtake Real Madrid in 5 years. Chelsea will also continue to grow and probably be top 5 within 10 years. EPL mid table mediocraty is more valuble than Spanish and Italian Champions league contendors. :eek:
Indeed so. Won't be long till Millwall or Orient become more valuable than 7 times Champions League winner Milan. As it stands now, a club that has won the thing twice is worth almost 3 times Milan. Chelsea more valuable than Inter and Juve being the icing on the cake :)
 

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The number is based on the value of the stadium deal minus debt?:confused:

The value of some teams are hard to get, for example, Real Madrid and Barcelona can't be "sold" as they are clubs that belong to the members.
 

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Yes, and?

You're in fourth, well, I suppose you're used to that, anyway.
 

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I wonder how they calculate it?

Seems pretty random to me.
From the site . . .

Revenues and operating income are for the 2006-07 season, converted into U.S. dollars based on June 30, 2007 exchange rates.
1Value of team based on current stadium deals (unless new stadium is pending) without deduction for debt (other than stadium debt).
2Includes stadium debt.
3Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.
NM: Not Meaningful.
Sources: Deloitte & Touche; company documents; Forbes.

Doesn't look random to me.
 

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this is all because of the Hillsboroush and Heysel and having to clean up the act and make the game more attractive to all, football moves in mysterious ways.
 
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