There have been 92 transfers to Championship clubs since 1st May.
12 of those had declared fees (ranging from £500k to £12m) 34 had undisclosed fees 32 were free transfers 14 were loans
A small number of clubs have been on major shopping sprees: Huddersfield 10, Preston and Barnsley 7 each, Leeds and Reading 6 each. Together these represent 39.1% of all activity so far (16 fee/undisclosed, 12 Free, 8 loans).
Newcastle, QPR, Fulham, Wigan and Bristol have each acquired 5 (16 fee/undisclosed, 7 free, 2 loans).
Of the above two groups, 6 out of the 10 have been promoted or relegated into this division either this May or the one before.
Burton and Brighton have signed 4; Cardiff, Villa and Brentford 3; Ipswich and Birmingham 2; Norwich, Forest, Rotherham, Sheffield and Wolves 1; Derby 0.
A quarter of the Championship have signed one or fewer players this summer so far.
Now the Referendum's happened, there's no point in continuing with this. Whether leaving turns out to be a good idea, How much damage (if any) the country will suffer and for how long, will only be proven by the passage of time.
We have a situation. Now we need to look forwards at the practicalities of dealing with it.
Constant revisiting of the actual decision will only exacerbate division, the last thing we need now. Analysis is best left to historians, once we are far enough away to get some perspective.
As I said yesterday morning, IMO it's a bad job, but we need to make the best of it.