On this episode of Money Talks, Mo Chatra is joined by Mo Shumon and Nizami to discuss the acquisition of a minority stake in Liverpool Football Club by Dynasty Equity. Various aspects of this development are explored in detail, including who Dynasty Equity are, why they have invested into Liverpool, whether FSG really wanted a full sale, whether this might lead to changes in FSG's business model, what likelihood there is of further equity raises being used to generate funds for transfers, what factors might lead to FSG consider a sale in the future, and how well placed Liverpool are to compete with rivals.
On this episode of Money Talks, Mo Chatra is joined by finance specialist @AKANizami to look back on the latest transfer window from an FSG perspective. This deep dive looked at a range of matters including why Liverpool didn't attempt to sign Jude Bellingham, whether increased spending hinted at a change in tact by FSG, whether the wage bill and FFP changes linked to it influenced transfer decisions, why FSG do not invest as much as rival clubs in the youth set-up or players directly from South America, Jurgen Klopp's growing influence over transfers plus plenty more besides.
On this episode of Money Talks, Mo Chatra is joined by football finance expert Stefan Borson. The subject of Chelsea's heavy spending on transfers since summer 2022 is the focus for the discussion, with amortisation, potential punishments, UEFA and the Premier League's financial rules, Chelsea's motivations for taking this approach plus plenty more discussed. Informative and eye-opening, this is certainly worth a listen.
On this episode of Money Talks, Mo Chatra is joined by fellow accountant,Mo Shumon, to discuss a range of topical matters including Liverpool's predicted revenue and wage bill figures for the 22/23 season, what the transfer budget for this summer might be, FSG's approach to player trading and infrastructure works, whether FSG's model might change, and if it doesn't, how competitive the club can be under those circumstances, as well as whether wider changes to the football financial landscape might work for or against FSG's direction.
On this episode of Money Talks, Mo Chatra is joined by fellow finance professionals, Greg Cordell and Mo Shumon, to dive deep into the recently published LFC accounts for 2021/22. A range of subjects are analysed and discussed including revenue, the wage bill, the club's approach to bonus payments, amortisation, cash flow trends, FSG's approach to capital expenditure and whether it has had a detrimental effect on funds available for transfer outlay, projections for 2022/23, the outlook for this summer's transfer window plus plenty more besides. A lengthy discussion but well worth a listen.
On this episode of Money Talks, Mo Chatra is joined by Dave Hendrick to discuss the ownership situations at both Liverpool and Manchester United. Both react to news of official bids being submitted for United and how all may not be quite as it appears with that situation. The ownership of Liverpool is looked at in detail including discussion of an alternative ownership model, patterned on that employed by Bayern Munich, and whether that could be effective for the club in the face of ownership arrangements at rival clubs that consist of immense wealth.
Mo was joined by Joe Blott, Chair of @spiritofshankly and @harinder1977 to discuss a range of subjects relating to the work of Spirit of Shankly, the LFC Supporters Board and the potential sale of Liverpool Football Club by FSG, the work that has gone into the independent review of the events that unfolded in Paris at the Champions League Final, SoS's involvement in the fan led review of football (which has led to the forthcoming White Paper), addressing the various accusations and misconceptions about SoS, whether the Supporters' Board has the power of veto over a change of ownership and plenty more besides. A must-listen podcast for all fans of the club. All this and more on the Money Talks Podcast!
On a huge day for the Premier League where Man City have been charged by the Premier League for their financial doping Gags Tandon hosts as Mo Chatra discusses the following points: - Explain background to investigation - What are the charges - What are potential punishments - Why did it take so long to undertake investigation - Clearly a big focus on City's commercial revenue- why is it such a contentious area? - Does it have anything to do with forthcoming white paper - What does this mean for Liverpool - What are some of the other ramifications? - Could this situation in any way impact on FSG's plans to sell either a minority or majority stake in Liverpool? - What are timescales and next steps - If City found guilty, even after appeals, what happens to them? All this and more on the Money Talks Podcast!
On this episode of Money Talks, hosted by Trev Downey, Mo Chatra talks through key highlights of the recently published Deloitte Football Money League. Amongst the subjects discussed are: Liverpool finishing in a record high third place for 21/22, who deserves credit for generating record levels of revenue, how the club fared against some of its rivals, the £368m wage bill, what would happen to the wage bill should Liverpool miss out on Champions League football next season, what it all means for the potential sale of the club and plenty more besides.
On this episode of Money Talks, host Mo Chatra is joined by Dave Hendrick for a bumper Christmas edition of the podcast to cover a period in the club's history that will have a significant effect on its future. A large number of topics are covered including: why FSG are looking to raise funds through a full or partial sale of Liverpool, what kind of model might replace the one currently operated by FSG, a look at some of the potential new investors (including HBSE), what the departure of various personnel might mean, the potential sale of Man United, financing the signings of Jude Bellingham and Enzo Fernández, plus plenty more besides.

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