Liverpool named as world’s fourth most commercially powerful sports club


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Liverpool FC is the fourth most commercially-powerful sports club in the world, according to the December standings of the POWA Index, the world’s first ‘

Liverpool are the fourth most commercially-powerful sports club in the world, according to the December standings of the POWA Index, the world’s first real-time sponsorship evaluation engine.’

The Reds, whose sponsors include Standard Chartered and New Balance, have moved past Arsenal on the back of their fine start to the season to become the fourth-highest ranked club on the Index (behind Real Madrid,’Barcelona and Manchester United) and the eighth most powerful sponsorship platform’in the world when’taking’leagues into consideration.

POWA Index analysis uses artificial intelligence to measure the impact on-field performance has’on a brand’s’commercial value compared to other’brands.

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Jose Mourinho and Man United drift aimlessly as fan anger, frustration grows

ESPN FC’s Alejandro Moreno believes that Jose Mourinho doesn’t believe his claim that he can get the team to the top four by the end of December. (2:05)

It is Groundhog Day again at Manchester United, whose fans are again fuming after another poor display and poor result at Southampton. The Saints are 18th, earned their only Premier League game of the season on Sep. 1 and, since Saturday, have sacked manager Mark Hughes.

With two points from the last three games, things are getting worse at Old Trafford as the gap continues to widen between Jose Mourinho’s side and the league’s leading clubs. Fourth-placed Arsenal are the visitors on Wednesday and, if they pick up a rare win at United’s home, there will be a revolt among fans.

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Nicola Sturgeon named among most powerful women in the world by Forbes

She is barely clinging on as Prime Minister due to her handling of Brexit. But according to Forbes magazine, Theresa May is still the second most powerful woman in the world, with Nicola Sturgeon taking the 45th spot.

Seven women from the UK are on the list including Queen Elizabeth II, who is the oldest entrant at 92.

Forbes said that Mrs May deserved the title after ‘tirelessly’ spending the past two years working on a deal for Britain to leave the EU.

The magazine said that after being approved by the EU her ‘history-making move is one step closer to reality’.

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GM CEO Mary Barra named 4th most powerful woman by Forbes

Barra, who has led the Detroit-based automaker since 2014, ranked above dozens of high-profile figures, such as celebrity Oprah Winfrey, philanthropist Melinda Gates and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel was ranked the world’s most powerful woman, with British Prime Minister Theresa May and Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, in the second and third slots.

Forbes says its list “celebrates the icons, innovators and instigators who are using their voice to change power structures and create a lasting impact.” It cited Barra, who earned $22 million last year, for leading the company into electric and autonomous vehicles and restructuring the automaker to ensure its future.

Theresa May named world’s second most powerful woman by Forbes

Theresa May has held on to her title as the second most powerful’woman in the world’as she fights to win Parliament’s approval of her Brexit deal, according to a ranking by Forbes.

The Forbes magazine list, announced on Tuesday, determines a power ranking for the world’s leading women by applying’metrics like money, media and impact.

The oldest woman in the top-100 is Queen Elizabeth II, who at age 92 ranked 23rd, while 28-year-old US pop star Taylor Swift was youngest (68th).

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Notable debutantes include tennis star Serena Williams (ranked 79th) and Serbian Prime Minister Ana’Brnabi’ (91st), while US politician Hilary Clinton dropped out of the list for the first time since it started in 2004.

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