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Some more coffers for the pot:


Fifa, football’s global governing body, has announced details of payments that will be made under its Club Benefits Programme, which designates a share of the revenues from this summer’s World Cup in Russia to the clubs whose players competed.

A total of $209m (€184m) is to be paid out to 416 clubs from 63 member associations. The figure represents a significant increase of almost 200 per cent compared to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

English Premier League club Manchester City and Spanish LaLiga outfit Real Madrid will be the two highest paid clubs, receiving $5m and $4.8m, respectively. The other clubs in the top 10 are Premier League sides Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Manchester United; LaLiga teams Barcelona and Atlético Madrid; French Ligue 1 outfits Paris Saint-Germain and AS Monaco; and Italian Serie A champion Juventus.
 
Some more coffers for the pot:


Fifa, football’s global governing body, has announced details of payments that will be made under its Club Benefits Programme, which designates a share of the revenues from this summer’s World Cup in Russia to the clubs whose players competed.

A total of $209m (€184m) is to be paid out to 416 clubs from 63 member associations. The figure represents a significant increase of almost 200 per cent compared to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

English Premier League club Manchester City and Spanish LaLiga outfit Real Madrid will be the two highest paid clubs, receiving $5m and $4.8m, respectively. The other clubs in the top 10 are Premier League sides Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Manchester United; LaLiga teams Barcelona and Atlético Madrid; French Ligue 1 outfits Paris Saint-Germain and AS Monaco; and Italian Serie A champion Juventus.
£3.42m is our payment.
 
English Premier League club Manchester City and Spanish LaLiga outfit Real Madrid will be the two highest paid clubs, receiving $5m and $4.8m, respectively. The other clubs in the top 10 are Premier League sides Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Manchester United; LaLiga teams Barcelona and Atlético Madrid; French Ligue 1 outfits Paris Saint-Germain and AS Monaco; and Italian Serie A champion Juventus.
Ahh it's good to see Manchester United getting something for once, they've had a hell of a time.
 

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Spursdem

Willing to send post and packages
It's been said to death, but I fucking hate Wembley.

I'm willing to risk a fiery death just to go back home.

And I only live 10 minutes from the shithole.
 

Kris

Shelf Side Tottenham
I wont be going to another "home game" at Wembley. The only reason I haven't asked for money back up to now is that Levy is just using us as cheap financing by paying the money back in dribs and drabs.

Fuck him, Im out
How are you keeping CB? Long time no speak

Regards
 

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