Liverpool finances increase but Reds drop out of 10

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Liverpool have dropped out of Deloitte’s Football Money League top 10 for the first time since 2000, but remain the highest placed side without Champions League football.

Liverpool, England - Saturday, March 3, 2007:  The Paisley Gateway at Anfield, home of Liveroool FC. The gates are a tribute to England's most successful manager ever, Bob Paisley. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

The report explains that the Reds’ revenues grew by £17.5m (roughly 8%) in 2012/13, to £206.2m.

Real Madrid top the list, with a revenue of £444.7m. While Manchester United drop out of the top three for the first time since 1997.

The Guardian explain that Liverpool will likely return to the top 10 next season irregardless of whether they qualify for the Champions League this season, due to the increased Premier League TV revenue.

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