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Putting the digitalbits fuckfest aside our revenues have been constantly growing over the last few years even the ones from sponsorships so your statement is a bit out there.It will, but the real drain on our finances right now is the decline in commercial sponsorship revenue. We can't even get our kit sponsorship to pay us, let alone these lesser sponsors who we've lost.
Putting the digitalbits fuckfest aside our revenues have been constantly growing over the last few years even the ones from sponsorships so your statement is a bit out there.
That being said we re fucked if digibits does end up not paying cause our clown management trusted a bunch of cryptobros.
My bad assumed there was no way that we re lower on sponsorship then we were with pirelli as the shirt sponsor, as that alone was a ~15mio swing...Sponsorship Revenue decreased by €23.1 million or – 32.9% to €47.0 million for the nine months ended March 31, 2022 from €70.1 million for the nine months ended March 31, 2021, while, on a “pro-forma” and more comparable basis, the decrease is lower (€7.6 million or – 13.8% from €54.6 million to €47.0 million).
On a “pro-forma” basis, Regional and naming rights Sponsorship Revenue decreased by €19.3 million or – 72.2% from €26.7 million to €7.4 million mainly due to the termination of the contract with our previous regional partner agency effective from July 1, 2021.
And this isn't even getting into the commercial revenue from Serie A.
Do we REALLY want to be like Juventus, PSG and ManCity?
TV money is already shared amongst the clubs. The problem is no one wants to watch this product so the TV rights are worthless.Too fucking right, more like Bayern Munich!!!
But lets be honest, Serie A is the problem and not just Inter.
Serie A need to reduce the teams, more investment in the product and restructure of the youth setup. Government/Council need to remove red tape and allow private investment to build infrastructure and spending from the Liga need to be audited with a fine tooth comb - TV right money should be split in = share amongst the teams. And huge investment in US/Asian markets, 3 Billion in China and India alone, hit that fucking Marketshare
Is the in the event Suning default on their loan? Or is OakTree looking to get out.According to Sole24Ore, Goldman Sachs would start to market Inter for investors (if I understood that correctly). They report Oaktree has no interest keeping Inter.