Manchester United Q4 Loss Sharply Widens - Quick Facts

Manchester United (MANU) announced Friday a fourth-quarter net loss of 107.7 British pounds or 66.08 pence per basic share, sharply wider than 36.5 pounds or 22.36 pence per basic share in the prior-year quarter.

Excluding items, adjusted loss per basic share for the quarter was 20.67 pence, compared to 21.59 pence in the year-ago quarter.

Total revenues for the quarter grew 15.3 percent to 94.0 pounds from 81.5 pounds in the same quarter last year.

Broadcasting revenue soared 140.4 percent to 39.9 pounds, while commercial revenue declined 12.8 percent to 51.8 pounds and matchday revenue slumped 58.2 percent to 2.3 pounds from last year.

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