The Premier Little league of English football and the second collection of English football the Champion, have witnessed salary increases that continue to exceed increase in club revenues, the latest annual report into football finance has found.

The Deloitte report has shown that salaries in the Premier Little league have increased to over £1. 4 thousand in the 2009-10 season, an increase of five percent on the previous year, with the Premier League’s wages-to-revenue relation having reached its highest ever at 68%. The increase in spending is shown to reflect the additional finances available after the last television broadcast deal.

Chelsea are the soccer team with the highest player salary bill, which now totals a staggering £174 million a year, with the freshly affluent Manchester City in second place at £133 million. City are shown to have increased their salary spending by an astronomical £79m during the last two months and are now just ahead of their neighbors and posture opponents Manchester U . s . who spent £132m on wages last year. Twenty of the 22 top flight teams spent more on players wages than previously. MLB중계

The concern for clubs at the top of the Premier Little league will be the introduction of UEFA’s financial fair play rules, which are made to ensure clubs balance their books by spending only what they generate in revenues, failure to comply with the new rules, that is fully effective by 2014, could ultimately see the clubs banned from Western european competitive events including the lucrative Winners Little league.

Clubs in the English Champion are likely to introduce their own financial rules, which will only allow teams to spend what they generate themselves in revenue, effectively mirroring the UEFA rules. The situation in the Champion is extremely worrying as a third of teams currently spend more in wages than they receive in revenue. The average salary bill in the Champion stands at 88% percent of revenues, which is an average of 11% higher than the Premier Little league. The spending by Champion clubs is greater, by percentage, than all of those other English Leagues as they strive for promotion to the lucrative Premier Little league.

More positively, the revenue of top flight clubs increased by two percent and now tops £2 thousand for the first time and collective debt chop down from £3. 3 thousand to £2. 6 thousand, although this is considered mainly due to fairness release by some clubs. The commercial revenues of clubs are also up by a collective six percent, giving anticipation for the future with UEFA’s new rules growing.