- Sep 23, 2016
We get ours from Aliexpress and DHgate.
Read crazier theories on here than those..... I remember all the experts on the nuances of Uruguayan dialects that suddenly appeared on here a while back.
You can bet your bottom dollar that the money guys at these companies will have lots of that money written off through tax loopholes.The £40 per shirt less the cost of the shirt deal is profit. How much are we looking for from our next shirt supplier? £60m per season? There's no direct profit from shirt sales until they've sold 1.5m shirts.
Let's say the club get £5 a shirt? We'd need to sell approximately 1.6m shirts before we could pay for 'free agent', Danny Ings. Or the total ticket revenue from nearly three Anfield sell-outs.
Our entire revenue from shirt sales alone couldn't cover the fees we pay agents.
Shirt sales? If you want to focus on costs to supporters that's piddling.