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Liverpool Top English Premier League Prize Money Disbursement

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Liverpool Top Premier League Prize Money disbursement .. A breakdown of the 2018-19 season.

1. Liverpool
Actual league position: 2nd
Matches televised: 29
TV income: £33.5million
Prize money: £36.1million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £149million

2. Manchester City
Actual league position: 1st
Matches televised: 26
TV income: £30.1million
Prize money: £38million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £147.5million

3. Chelsea
Actual league position: 3rd
Matches televised: 25
TV income: £29million
Prize money: £34.2million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £142.6million

4. Tottenham
Actual league position: 4th
Matches televised: 26
TV income: £30.1million
Prize money: £32.3million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £141.8million

5. Manchester United
Actual league position: 6th
Matches televised: 27
TV income: £31.2million
Prize money: £28.5million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £139.1million

6. Arsenal
Actual league position: 5th
Matches televised: 25
TV income: £29million
Prize money: £30.4million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £138.8million

7. Everton
Actual league position: 8th
Matches televised: 18
TV income: £21.2million
Prize money: £24.7million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £125.3million

8. Wolves
Actual league position: 7th
Matches televised: 15
TV income: £17.9million
Prize money: £26.6million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £123.9million

9. Leicester City
Actual league position: 9th
Matches televised: 15
TV income: £17.9million
Prize money: £22.8million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £120.1million

10. West Ham
Actual league position: 10th
Matches televised: 16
TV income: £19million
Prize money: £20.9million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £119.3million

11. Newcastle United
Actual league position: 13th
Matches televised: 19
TV income: £22.3million
Prize money: £15.2million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £116.9million

12. Crystal Palace
Actual league position: 12th
Matches televised: 12
TV income: £14.6million
Prize money: £17.1million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £111.1million

13. Watford
Actual league position: 11th
Matches televised: 10
TV income: £12.3million
Prize money: £19million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £110.7million

14. Bournemouth
Actual league position: 14th
Matches televised: 8
TV income: £12.3million
Prize money: £13.3million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £105million.

15. Burnley
Actual league position: 15th
Matches televised: 11
TV income: £13.5million
Prize money: £11.4million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £104.3million

16. Brighton
Actual league position: 17th
Matches televised: 13
TV income: £15.7million
Prize money: £7.6million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £102.7million

17. Southampton
Actual league position: 16th
Matches televised: 8
TV income: £12.3million
Prize money: £9.5million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total share: £101.2million

18. Cardiff City
Actual league position: 18
Matches televised: 12
TV income: £14.6million
Prize money: £5.7million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £99.6million

19. Fulham
Actual league position: 19th
Matches televised: 13
TV income: £15.7million
Prize money: £3.8million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £98.8million

20. Huddersfield Town
Actual league position: 20th
Matches televised: 8
TV Income: £12.3million
Prize money: £1.9million
Equal share: £79.4million
Total: £93.6million

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Diawusie Agyemang scores as Dynamo Dresden wallop HB Køge in friendly

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Ghanaian forward Diawusie Agyemang scored one of the goals when SG Dynamo Dresden thrashed HB Køge in a pre-season friendly.
The German third-tier side beat the Danish second division outfit 5-1 at the AOK PLUS Walter Fritzsch Academy.

Agyemang opened the scoring of the fixture in the 26th minute with a brilliant finish.

Christoph Daferner, Marco Hartmann and Simon Gollnack got the other goals for the hosts on Wednesday.
It is the fifth straight victory for Dynamo Dresden in the pre-season. 

Agyemang joined them this summer after leaving FC Ingolstadt.

Source: Ghana Soccernet

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Board member for Accra Hearts of Oak, Frank Nelson Nwokoro has said the club will not force players to play for them

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We won’t force players to play for us – Hearts board member Frank Nelson

This is coming on the back of media speculations that some players will be shown the exit door in the next transfer window.

Setting the records straight, Frank Nelson noted that there are no ongoing contract renewal talks with any of Hearts of Oak player.

“There has been no information on the contract expiration and renewal of the certain players”, the board member told Sikka FM.
He continued, “If a player decides not to play for hearts, it won’t be a big deal. No player will be forced to play for hearts. There is freedom of movement. We can only engage them in contract talks.

“We are appealing to our supporters to have trust in the board. The project is progressing very well”.

Meanwhile, Accra Hearts of Oak has in the last 24 hours completed the signing of teenage striker Isaac Mensah from lower division outfit Nkoranza Warriors.

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Leeds United promoted to Premier Lea

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After 16 years away from the English Premier League, Leeds United have been welcomed back.
Their place in the top flight for next season was confirmed by West Brom’s 2-1 defeat at Huddersfield Town on Friday.

Leeds will now be crowned champions if Brentford does not beat Stoke on Saturday or the Whites then take a point from Sunday’s visit to Derby County.
Argentine coach, Marcelo Bielsa has led the Yorkshire side to promotion in his second season in charge after finishing third in the Championship in 2018-19.
Even allowing for the enforced break because of the coronavirus pandemic, it has been a campaign where Leeds have never really looked like repeating mistakes of previous seasons and they have not been outside the top two since November.

They had seemed set to win promotion last season only for back-to-back defeats by Wigan and Brentford to leave them third behind Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United, before a dramatic 4-3 play-off semi-final defeat by Derby.

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