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Manchester United report loss of £115.5m for 2021/22 season

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Manchester United have announced a net loss of £115.5m for the 2021-22 season. Revenues rose by 18% to £583.2m but losses rose by £23.3m compared to 2021. The club's debt also went up, from £419m in 2021 to £514m this year.
Manchester United report loss of £115.5m for 2021/22 season
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Man Utd announce net loss of £115.5m for 2021-22

Manchester United announce a net loss of £115.5m for the 2021-22 season even though revenues rose by 18% to £583.2m.

10 days ago·United Kingdom
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Manchester United Announce £115.5m Net loss for 2021/22 season

Manchester United on Thursday announced a net loss of £115.5 million ($130.4 million, 132.2 million euros) for the 2021/22 season even though revenues rose to £583 million as coronavirus restrictions eased.

10 days ago·India
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The HinduThe Hindu

Manchester United reports £115.5m loss for 2021-22 season

Figures released incorporating the final quarter of the 20-time English champions' financial year, which ended in June, showed losses rose by £23m on the previous year.

10 days ago·India
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Manchester United Report $130.4 Million Loss For 2021/22 Season

Manchester United on Thursday announced a net loss of 115.5 million pounds ($130.4 million, 132.2 million euros) for the 2021/22 season even though revenues rose to 583 million pounds as coronavirus restrictions eased

10 days ago·New Delhi, India
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Manchester United report £115.5m loss for 2021-22 season

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Manchester United report loss of £115.5m for 2021/22 season

Manchester United announced Thursday a net loss of £115.5 million ($130.4 million, 132.2 million euros) for the 2021/22 season even though revenues at the club rose by 18 percent to £583 million. Figures released incorporating the final quarter of the 20-time English champions' financial year, which ended in June, showed losses rose by £23m on the previous year.

10 days ago·Noida, India
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