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Premier League highest average attendances during the 2018-19 season

1. Manchester United (Old Trafford) – 74,498

2. Arsenal (Emirates Stadium) – 59,899

3. West Ham (London Stadium) – 58,336

4. Tottenham (Wembley Stadium/Tottenham Hotspur Stadium) – 54,216

5. Manchester City (Etihad Stadium) – 54,130

6. Liverpool (Anfield) – 52,983

7. Newcastle (St James’ Park) – 51,121

8. Chelsea (Stamford Bridge) – 40,437

So much for "Emptyhad" rumours
I think it's just that it sounds empty...
huddersfield need a golden boot for their club, they're tied for most goals scored by a player this season.
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The PL is ours once again *Bows* thank you. I wish you guys all the best for next season.
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Congratulations to Liverpool for reaching the Champions League Finals. They've done the Premier League proud in Europe for two consecutive seasons.

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Ok fine I'll say it! COMEONYOUSPURS!!! YIDARMY!!!

Can't wait for the final when Kane and Salah are back!
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Lamela to score the match winner with a rabona.
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Would love that! Vertonghen with a superjan diving header
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If Chelsea and Arsenal do well tomorrow it would all English European finals for 1st time guess.
La Liga fan boys wont be enjoying this.
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It's the first time one country has provided four teams to both finals, ever.
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Valencia and Eintracht fans thinking thank f**k we don't have to travel to Azerbaijan!
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at least for this season, i have already given my views on this and the premier league has already eclipsed la liga.
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One more to go, but What. A. Season. it has been!!

City should build a statue of the triumvirate that is Kompany, Agüero and David Silva.

Those three have made the club what it is today as much as Xavi, Iniesta and Messi have defined Barça.
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Sheikh Mansour would kindly disagree :-)
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Legends of city and i get the point your trying to make ....But, as much as Xavi, Iniesta and Messi have defined Barca is a bit of over exaggeration because they have not won CL yet.
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^ Bazinga winning the CL is not a criteria for recognizing club legends

Totally agree @Jeroen
Tomi that is why i said they are legends of the club no doubt about that...i just feel comparing them to Messi , Xavi and Iniesta kind of impact was a bit of exaggeration. Because those 3 won literally everything to be won 2 or 3 times.
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@Bazinga, Jeroen is not comparing Silva/Aguero/Kompany to Xavi/Iniesta/Messi directly. He is talking about how they are similar personalities for their respective clubs. I think you are over complicating it.

Silva/Aguero/Kompany are city legends. Period. I don't need to compare with Messi/Xavi/Iniesta's influence for deciding that.
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@Foooty I'm sure next year will be your year
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Yeah, I'm saying that what Messi, Xavi and Iniesta have meant for Barça, Kompany, Silva & Agüero have meant for City. No trio reaches the Messi-Xavi-Iniesta level though :)
Premier League's most valuable club? you guessed it Manchester City! According to research done by University of Liverpool's Centre for Sports Business Group

1. Manchester City - £2.364 billion

2. Manchester United - £2.087 billion

3. Tottenham Hotspur - £1.837 billion

4. Liverpool - £1.615 billion

5. Chelsea - £1.615 billion

6. Arsenal - £1.368 billion

This is what normally happens when the right ppl run your club since 2008
Unbelievable, billions of investment make you worth Billions?? #can'tbelieveit
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https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/48145285

"The research says City are top due to a combination of "higher revenue and lower wages". They made £39m in profit from player sales at the beginning of last season, "removing some high earners from the wage bill".

[see my post below, city outsource many of the jobs the other top 6 employ in house, which means that while they still do the same work, they are paid independently as private contractors so they do not appear on the official Manchester City wage bill]

"The ownership model of Sheikh Mansour, which effectively means that the club is debt free, means that there are no loan interest costs and no dividends are paid to shareholders either,""

[so regardless of your feelings towards cities finances, this business model is stable and sustainable and means that city will never be in debt unless the Sheikh loses his main source of income, so city fans, be wary of these climate change people and their crazy sustainable energy ideas!]

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I see nothing wrong with trimming down our wage bill. We sold many players that were on high wages such as Yaya Toure, Kolarov, Sagna, Clichy, Nasri, Zabaletta, Dzeko, Tevez, Ballotelli, Joe Hart etc. and replaced them with the likes of Mahrez, Sane, Gabriel Jesus, Mendy, Bernardo Silva, Ederson etc. that are on 70K per week. We will likely offload Kompany this summer who is on high wages and in the next window or 2 offload David Silva and Aguero who are also on high wages, which will ultimately bring down the wage bill even lower than what it is now.

We have also trimmed down our squad not just the wage bill. We used to have 4 strikers in Tevez Aguero Dzeko and Balotelli now we have just 2 out and out strikers in Aguero and Gabriel. We used to have 4 full backs in Kolarov Clichy Sagna and Zabaletta now we have just 3 in Walker Mendy and Danilo. We used to have 3 CDMs in Yaya Toure, Gareth Barry, Nigel de Jong now we have just 1 Fernandinho.

City has been trimming down its squad and wage bill WHILE STILL WINNING TROPHIES. Thats why I say we have a great backroom staff management at City Blue.

Our goal is to offer trophies instead of wages ;)
i agree that city have done a good job financially and domestically. just providing a little context that's all!
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What a legend Sergio Agüero is. 5 consecutive seasons scoring 20 or more goals but still unable to string an English sentence together for an interview since 2011.
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He is one of the few strikers who can score goals out of nowhere. PL legend.
Liverpool leapfrog Man City to 2nd place in terms of wages ...

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/8386507/liverpool-man-city-prem-wage-bill/

1 Manchester United 296 mil
2 Liverpool 263 mil
3 Manchester City 260 mil
4 Chelsea 244 mil
5 Arsenal 223 mil
6 Tottenham 160 mil

Now who spends the most? Where are all those that always talk about Man City's money spending? DanTheGooner is one of them for sure
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There he is! We were wondering when the real FootballisCity would be back.
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That is quite surprising! But yeah welcome back FootballIsCity!!! ;)
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I think you are the one who talks most about Citys spending...
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i addressed this on the city page already, it's a slightly misleading stat.

liverpool have about 350 more people on their official wage bill, so the fact that city's was higher and is now only marginally lower than liverpools with far fewer employees also says something.

it's true that city are moving in a more sustainable way, but if you added up all the people they use that are outsourced, the number is actually much closer to united's wage bill (although i don't think it quite exceeds it)
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It seems like this year nobody wants the fourth place. Chelsea, Arsenal and United are passing the buck to one another.
Why face Barca, Real, Juve when you can smash farmers in the Europa league
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Top Goalscorers

 
S. Mané
22
Mohamed Salah
22
P. Aubameyang
22
S. Agüero
21
J. Vardy
18
R. Sterling
17
H. Kane
17
E. Hazard
16
A. Lacazette
14
C. Wilson
14

Seeing Red

P. Højbjerg
8 2
W. Morgan
3 2
E. Capoue
14 1
J. Holebas
12 1
W. Zaha
9 1
A. Young
8 1
J. Hogg
7 1
N. Matić
7 1
L. Torreira
7 1
M. Noble
6 1

Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
98
72
23
95
4
2
32
38
1
97
67
22
89
1
7
30
38
2
72
24
39
63
8
9
21
38
3
71
28
39
67
13
2
23
38
4
70
22
51
73
10
7
21
38
5
66
11
54
65
10
9
19
38
6
57
1
46
47
13
9
16
38
7
54
8
46
54
14
9
15
38
8
52
3
48
51
16
7
15
38
9
52
-3
55
52
16
7
15
38
10
50
-7
59
52
16
8
14
38
11
49
-2
53
51
17
7
14
38
12
45
-6
48
42
17
9
12
38
13
45
-14
70
56
19
6
13
38
14
40
-23
68
45
20
7
11
38
15
39
-20
65
45
17
12
9
38
16
36
-25
60
35
20
9
9
38
17
34
-35
69
34
24
4
10
38
18
26
-47
81
34
26
5
7
38
19
16
-54
76
22
28
7
3
38
20
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