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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID 10:05 - Feb 11 with 1690 viewsCheltenham_Blue

Two Possibilities.

1. It might need to him NEEDING to sell ITFC up.
2. It might become a necessity to stop bankrolling us, meaning massive cuts.

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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:06 - Feb 11 with 1672 viewsWeWereZombies

Has his core business collapsed? You can still run courses on Zoom y'know...

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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:08 - Feb 11 with 1656 viewsCheltenham_Blue

The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:06 - Feb 11 by WeWereZombies

Has his core business collapsed? You can still run courses on Zoom y'know...


You can't do a great deal of entertaining though?

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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:12 - Feb 11 with 1615 viewsEssen_blue

We did bring loan players in during Jan. It would have been cheaper to send players out and no one back in.
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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:13 - Feb 11 with 1585 viewsWeWereZombies

The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:08 - Feb 11 by Cheltenham_Blue

You can't do a great deal of entertaining though?


Maybe he cleaned up on the eat out to help out funds...

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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:15 - Feb 11 with 1569 viewsCoastalblue

The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:08 - Feb 11 by Cheltenham_Blue

You can't do a great deal of entertaining though?


Not sure that's the core part of his business these days, lots of other stuff which is more profitable I think. I know he gets accused of being a glorified ticket tout but hospitality has been a smaller part of his empire for a long while I believe.

I know a guy who's in management in their training division and they have some very top end and blue chip clients, he's been working throughout the pandemic.

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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:20 - Feb 11 with 1549 viewsBasuco

Paying loan fees on top of additional wages for the extra players is not generally a sign of having no funds I would have thought, the first signs of this are usually players and staff wages not being paid rather than increasing the wage bill. But I am no expert on our club finances.
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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 11:06 - Feb 11 with 1442 viewsPendejo

I would assert that ITFC is probably his only source of income right now, even if it is simply a trickle from the EPL / EFL deal

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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 11:33 - Feb 11 with 1375 viewsSwansea_Blue

The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:08 - Feb 11 by Cheltenham_Blue

You can't do a great deal of entertaining though?


Can't say I've noticed Covid impacting the level of entertainment he's been serving up here for the last 13 years. I use the term entertainment loosely of course.

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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 12:13 - Feb 11 with 1297 viewsdirtyboy

The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:15 - Feb 11 by Coastalblue

Not sure that's the core part of his business these days, lots of other stuff which is more profitable I think. I know he gets accused of being a glorified ticket tout but hospitality has been a smaller part of his empire for a long while I believe.

I know a guy who's in management in their training division and they have some very top end and blue chip clients, he's been working throughout the pandemic.


I have a client who engages for a company who uses them for their training platform and she seems to think that for how it's geared up to do online, it may have seen an increase in use due to the global pandemic, it's not a small set up.

I suspect the other parts have taken a hit but difficult to know what ME has his fingers in globally.
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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 12:30 - Feb 11 with 1224 viewsgiant_ullaa

The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 12:13 - Feb 11 by dirtyboy

I have a client who engages for a company who uses them for their training platform and she seems to think that for how it's geared up to do online, it may have seen an increase in use due to the global pandemic, it's not a small set up.

I suspect the other parts have taken a hit but difficult to know what ME has his fingers in globally.


In my little corner of the world, being forced to run courses online as been a total boon. Cheaper to put on, reduces the ticket price for the punter, more profit and a global market instead of a near-London one.

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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 12:31 - Feb 11 with 1220 viewsCoastalblue

The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 12:13 - Feb 11 by dirtyboy

I have a client who engages for a company who uses them for their training platform and she seems to think that for how it's geared up to do online, it may have seen an increase in use due to the global pandemic, it's not a small set up.

I suspect the other parts have taken a hit but difficult to know what ME has his fingers in globally.


That wouldn't surprise me, they were probably in a position with the funds and clients to step up very quickly and then fill any vacuums left by struggling smaller firms.

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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 12:34 - Feb 11 with 1205 viewsHarlestonblue

The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 10:15 - Feb 11 by Coastalblue

Not sure that's the core part of his business these days, lots of other stuff which is more profitable I think. I know he gets accused of being a glorified ticket tout but hospitality has been a smaller part of his empire for a long while I believe.

I know a guy who's in management in their training division and they have some very top end and blue chip clients, he's been working throughout the pandemic.


If you google MEG: A global, multifaceted media, corporate marketing and information company, employing 3000 professionals in 59 worldwide locations.
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No chance, they are..... on 12:36 - Feb 11 with 1194 viewsBloots

The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 11:06 - Feb 11 by Pendejo

I would assert that ITFC is probably his only source of income right now, even if it is simply a trickle from the EPL / EFL deal


....coining it in from summits, online conferences and training courses.

It's only the corporate hospitality that's been cancelled.

They have 3 summits planned for this month alone.

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No chance, they are..... on 12:48 - Feb 11 with 1138 viewsSteve_M

No chance, they are..... on 12:36 - Feb 11 by Bloots

....coining it in from summits, online conferences and training courses.

It's only the corporate hospitality that's been cancelled.

They have 3 summits planned for this month alone.


So they've cancelled all the bits that people usually want to go on and are left with some expensive, usually boring crap instead. Sounds familiar really.

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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 13:04 - Feb 11 with 1060 viewsScuzzer

The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 11:06 - Feb 11 by Pendejo

I would assert that ITFC is probably his only source of income right now, even if it is simply a trickle from the EPL / EFL deal


Income? our club makes a loss for him every season, and that was with TV money and gate receipts. Cant imagine what dent its going to make in his bank account this year.

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The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 13:51 - Feb 11 with 954 viewsPendejo

The Collapse of ME's core business under COVID on 13:04 - Feb 11 by Scuzzer

Income? our club makes a loss for him every season, and that was with TV money and gate receipts. Cant imagine what dent its going to make in his bank account this year.


Income different to profit

Even a business that loses £1bn a year will have an income.

Not knowing how MEG employs / runs it's business but I suspect outgoings will exceed income also. But that income will be under pressure from other webinar businesses.

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