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spado
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 8:42:39 AM



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There is a saying in Germany, 'never believe anything you read in Das Bild'. So read into this what you will. It is a google translation from
http://www.bild.de/sport/startseite/sport/sport-home-15479124.bild.html

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BVB is rolling in cash.

Eight years ago, Borussia was still close to bankruptcy - now the vice-champion is the second richest club in the Bundesliga! And comes to over-Bavaria not only sporty closer.

For the 12 month period up until July, 2013, Dortmund recorded a record turnover of €305million, breaking the elusive €250m barrier, which is a 61.3 per cent increase on the previous year (€189m) and almost a 200 per cent rise from their Bundesliga-winning season in 2009/10.

The Champions League success increased their TV revenue to €88m, up from €60m in the previous year, while commercial income counted for €121m of the total and matchday revenue at €44m, taking combined “football” revenue to €253m.

Furthermore, the club generated €52m from the sales of Mario Gotze and Ivan Perisic to Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg respectively in the summer.

The playing budget (wages) increased 34 per cent from €75m to €100m for the 2013-14 campaign, in part due to the arrival of big-name summer signings Henrikh Mikhtaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and the improved deal given to star man Robert Lewandowski for his final 12 months at the club.

Overall, Dortmund walked away from the financial year with a profit of €53.5m, recording a group profit of €51m – an 86 per cent increase on 11/12.

CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke said: "We are growing very fast and have been very dynamic for years, and it is a great challenge to cope with inevitable organizational and structural adjustments.

"In these figures, we can be proud of! We are now the second force in German football and very well positioned for the future. We want to keep the balance between economic and sporting success, "says the Dortmund boss.

“Above all, what is important here is the sustainability of sports development.”

“We will continue to invest in young players and their development and we are examining the possibility to purchase existing feeder clubs in South America and Asia.”

“We have already been in talks with the Australian Football Federation about various club ownership scenarios and will meet with the Japanese Football Association next month.”


Managing Director of Finance Thomas Tress added: "Of course, the result is extremely good transfer driven.

"The money that we have earned in this area, we have immediately reinvested in sporting quality."



I can see why FFA would easily dismiss Penrith Panthers and Marconi if they were already talking to Dortmund.

FICK FUFA!
WaMackie
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 9:41:30 AM

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The FFA and the German FA signed an ‘accord’ some time ago, so if this is the side effect of it, then bring it on.

Come on Kevin Airs and Co, where are your ‘newshound sniffers’ on this one!


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Red_or_Dead
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 9:44:25 AM



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What makes you think it's the Wanderers they would buy?
paulbagzFC
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 9:53:16 AM



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Red_or_Dead wrote:
What makes you think it's the Wanderers they would buy?


Sure as shit ain't looking at buying Morwell Heart lol

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ryan2008
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 9:57:50 AM

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CCM would be a good option too. Given they use youth and all...
moofa
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 9:58:11 AM



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I have wondered if this will happen and if we would ever get a club like Ajax Cape Town fc. Now an A-league club won't except a name or kit change I am guessing (maybe an away kit) so you would more be looking at a Udinese-Grenada-Watford situation but still it could have some great benefits. Being pretty much a feeder club you would expect investment in training grounds and the like. BvB would probably be fully supportive of having safe standing. A friendly with BvB every couple of years (even if they aren't as popular as they are now) would be great and you could get some very interesting youth marquee players or just Visa players.

Anyway it would be very interesting but if Bild is the only plae reporting something or the source for reports on at topics I would be inclined to think there isn't much in it
General Ashnak
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 10:00:10 AM



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CCM would be the best option since they have assets greater than just a bunch of people.

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Let us say that you and I coach two teams with kids that are 10, 11, and 12 years old and all are about equally good. You try to teach them to play good football, a passing game and with tactical basics while I tell mine to only play long balls and try to shoot. I can assure you that [at first] I will always win against you, by using your mistakes. Break a bad pass and goal. If we however continue with the same training methods during a three year period, you will most likely win every game against us. Your players will have learned how to play while mine haven’t. That’s how easy it is.
Benjamin
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 10:14:27 AM



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BvB - nasty ethnic club, almost entirely made up of people of German background. Don't want them anywhere near one of our nice broadbased franchises.

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walnuts
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 10:16:43 AM



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Benjamin wrote:
BvB - nasty ethnic club, almost entirely made up of people of German background. Don't want them anywhere near one of our nice broadbased franchises.


Didn't hear a word of English when I last saw them on the telly - bunch of fucking wogs etc etc.

lol
Captain Banal
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 10:17:56 AM

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paulbagzFC wrote:
Red_or_Dead wrote:
What makes you think it's the Wanderers they would buy?


Sure as shit ain't looking at buying Morwell Heart lol

-PB



Right, that's it Bagz. I've had enough of your tard comments.

It's on !!!!!!!!!
robbos
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 10:25:55 AM



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Benjamin wrote:
BvB - nasty ethnic club, almost entirely made up of people of German background. Don't want them anywhere near one of our nice broadbased franchises.

You are a funny man Benjamin, laugh.

I see your point, well played.
Captain Banal
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 10:27:46 AM

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Benjamin wrote:
BvB - nasty ethnic club, almost entirely made up of people of German background. Don't want them anywhere near one of our nice broadbased franchises.


They'll just hire Sean Dobson to put on a front
paulbagzFC
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 10:31:30 AM



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Captain Banal wrote:
paulbagzFC wrote:
Red_or_Dead wrote:
What makes you think it's the Wanderers they would buy?


Sure as shit ain't looking at buying Morwell Heart lol

-PB



Right, that's it Bagz. I've had enough of your tard comments.

It's on !!!!!!!!!


I say, put 'em up chap!



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pv4
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 10:31:56 AM



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Benjamin wrote:
BvB - nasty ethnic club, almost entirely made up of people of German background. Don't want them anywhere near one of our nice broadbased franchises.


lol

Captain Banal
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 11:09:33 AM

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paulbagzFC wrote:
Captain Banal wrote:
paulbagzFC wrote:
Red_or_Dead wrote:
What makes you think it's the Wanderers they would buy?


Sure as shit ain't looking at buying Morwell Heart lol

-PB



Right, that's it Bagz. I've had enough of your tard comments.

It's on !!!!!!!!!


I say, put 'em up chap!



-PB


rocknerd
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 11:34:57 AM



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walnuts wrote:
Benjamin wrote:
BvB - nasty ethnic club, almost entirely made up of people of German background. Don't want them anywhere near one of our nice broadbased franchises.


Didn't hear a word of English when I last saw them on the telly - bunch of fucking wogs etc etc.

lol
Well at least they're man enough to admit that they are a mono ethnic club, created for the Germans and to be run by Germans.

Sure they have a few non Germans in the team and some of their supporters are from different backgrounds but on the whole they're only interested in supporting their Mono Ethnic team.



its a joke

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superpom
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 12:32:17 PM



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Red_or_Dead wrote:
What makes you think it's the Wanderers they would buy?

they expressed interest in the Mariners a couple of seasons ago when Amini signed.....so anything is possible....
WaMackie
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 12:42:20 PM

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We need a Dortmund/South Melbourne alliance to buy the Wanderers. Some loose connection like “The large Greek population in Germany convinced us to buy a team in Sydney, Australia”.

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Brinck
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 12:49:13 PM

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General Ashnak wrote:
CCM would be the best option since they have assets greater than just a bunch of people.



the greatest asset you can have are the people! Smile


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Captain Banal
Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 12:57:48 PM

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Heart are for Sale

Adelaide, Perth, Newcastle and CCM all have owners who'll listen to offers for sure.
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