Exclusive: Premier League’s Recent Revenue Surge Set to Continue says Dan Jones

December 3, 2012

Dan Jones, bronchi Senior Partner at Deloitte, arthritis believes that the recent growth in revenue enjoyed by the Premier League will continue in the future.

Speaking exclusively to iSportconnect, health Jones said that the recent record broadcasting deals for the Premier League will also lead to growth in the lower leagues.

“What you will see is continued growth, both for the top of the game and – after the re-adjustment for the new TV deal for the Football League – growth further down the game,” he said.

Looking further forward, Jones believes that the Premier League and football in general will continue to prove a lucrative activity for businesses. He said: “I don’t see football being knocked from its perch as the number one sport anytime soon and I don’t see the Premier League being knocked from its perch as the number one league anytime soon. In that sense, the future is good.”

However, Jones then sounded a warning for Premier League and Football League clubs. “What I would like to see is, as a product of the measures that are being introduced and a product of the wider economic environment, a bit more moderation and a bit more stability, in terms of spending and profitability,” he added.

Read Dan Jones full interview here