Tottenham and Manchester City will play their 130th clash in official competitions, next Sunday, on the 34th matchday of the Barclays Premier League.
As has been usual, Football Industry presents a set of comparative tables between the two clubs, divided into three distinct areas (Web, Finance and Sports Performance), that will allow us to have an overview of the two teams, their size and possibilities in this clash and competition.
WEB
Regarding the online component, Manchester City shows a greater dominance presenting a higher number of fans/followers on all social networks. Concerning the websites of both clubs, at this time, tottenhamhotspur.com is best placed both nationally and internationally.
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FINANCE
Also in terms of revenue, Manchester City presents stronger figures occupying the 7th position in the Deloitte Football Money League 2013 compared with the 13th place of Tottenham. In fact, the team of Manchester has higher values ​​in all revenue streams except those that came from ticketing and UEFA competitions. Regarding the revenue structure of both clubs, City has a greater dependence on commercial revenues while Tottenham structure is more dependent on revenues from TV rights. In the last ten seasons, Manchester City has managed to achieve a remarkable growth, due to the effort of the club and its owners, more than tripling its revenue. Finally, although Tottenham’s brand is more valuable, Manchester City’s squad is considered as more expensive and has presented higher average attendances this season.
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SPORTS PERFORMANCE
Historically, Tottenham has performed better in direct clashes against Manchester City having been victorious 51 times in the 129 games in official competitions compared with 47 triumphs of the team of Manchester. Regarding the remaining performance indicators of this season, shown in the table below, Manchester City has shown a greater capacity, except in the two defensive indicators.
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Notes: (1) Data collected on April 13, 2013, (2) When counting the number of trophies won were considered the following competitions: FIFA Club World Cup, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, Cup Winners Cup, Intercontinental Cup, UEFA Cup, Premier League, FA Community Shield, English League Cup and FA Cup.
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