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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs 18:40 - Feb 10 with 1542 viewsOxford_Blue

Shame he didn’t decide to spend that money at the start of this season isn’t it?

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 18:41 - Feb 10 with 1530 viewssparks

Feel free to chuck in £10m yourself anytime.

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 18:42 - Feb 10 with 1516 viewsBlueBadger

You DID see how Hurst spent the money he generated in the summer, right?

Now, there's a stronger argument for letting Mick have a few more quid...

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 18:43 - Feb 10 with 1505 viewspatrickswell

Probably for the best given that Hurst would be bankrolling new stands/dressing rooms for League 2 and National League sides in exchange for isolated strikers, defensive midfielders and right backs.
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 18:45 - Feb 10 with 1476 viewsbrogansnose

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 18:43 - Feb 10 by patrickswell

Probably for the best given that Hurst would be bankrolling new stands/dressing rooms for League 2 and National League sides in exchange for isolated strikers, defensive midfielders and right backs.


Oh, and Tilt. What did B'pool want for him £1M ? Talk about a kid in a sweet shop.
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 18:46 - Feb 10 with 1466 viewsWarhurst

How far would £5-6m have really gone in todays market? Plus with Hurst spending that money I doubt it would have gone to good use.
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 19:08 - Feb 10 with 1399 viewsFixed_It

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 18:41 - Feb 10 by sparks

Feel free to chuck in £10m yourself anytime.


No. It is perfectly acceptable to demand that Evans spends even more of his own money than he already does. And call him nasty names if he doesn't

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 19:19 - Feb 10 with 1363 viewsOxford_Blue

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 18:41 - Feb 10 by sparks

Feel free to chuck in £10m yourself anytime.


Difference is I’m not the owner so I haven’t voluntarily chosen to take on the duty and responsibity of investing in the club.
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 19:21 - Feb 10 with 1348 viewsthejock

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 19:19 - Feb 10 by Oxford_Blue

Difference is I’m not the owner so I haven’t voluntarily chosen to take on the duty and responsibity of investing in the club.


Pukki was a free transfer! Bargains out there if you know where to look!
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 19:22 - Feb 10 with 1342 viewssparks

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 19:19 - Feb 10 by Oxford_Blue

Difference is I’m not the owner so I haven’t voluntarily chosen to take on the duty and responsibity of investing in the club.


How much of an owners own money must be invested for you to consider that he should not be called nasty names?

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 00:17 - Feb 11 with 1206 viewsBlueBadger

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 19:21 - Feb 10 by thejock

Pukki was a free transfer! Bargains out there if you know where to look!


We had a manager that used to be able to find them last season. People wanted him gone.

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 00:36 - Feb 11 with 1192 viewsHARRY10

No, that is silly.

We will not keep the same budget if we are relegated, with Evans making up the £7m loss of TV money.

We will simply scale back our budget to that of other L1 clubs.
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 10:51 - Feb 11 with 1014 viewsNo9

That is any 'Owners' choice and calculated risk isn't it?

How many on this forum thought, at the time, P Hurst was going to be the answer to long unanswered prayers?
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 10:53 - Feb 11 with 1011 viewsSwansea_Blue

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 00:36 - Feb 11 by HARRY10

No, that is silly.

We will not keep the same budget if we are relegated, with Evans making up the £7m loss of TV money.

We will simply scale back our budget to that of other L1 clubs.


Glad someone has pointed out the obvious. Yep, he'll scale back.

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 10:59 - Feb 11 with 985 viewsLeagueOne

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 18:41 - Feb 10 by sparks

Feel free to chuck in £10m yourself anytime.


Why don't you get a pro managers licence before commenting here then by that logic?

This is literally the most moronic response to supporters criticising the owner. Come on then, tell us in detail why you think Marcus Evans has been a success here or are you just another tool?

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 11:01 - Feb 11 with 975 viewsNo9

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 00:36 - Feb 11 by HARRY10

No, that is silly.

We will not keep the same budget if we are relegated, with Evans making up the £7m loss of TV money.

We will simply scale back our budget to that of other L1 clubs.


I believe that to be correct
Is relegation planned?
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 11:02 - Feb 11 with 973 viewsLeagueOne

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 19:08 - Feb 10 by Fixed_It

No. It is perfectly acceptable to demand that Evans spends even more of his own money than he already does. And call him nasty names if he doesn't


Poor Marcus, it's our fault he bought the club. Can you please let us know why you think he's done so well as owner?

Do you believe his spending plan has been adequate? If so why are we not able to compete?

Why do you attack supporters?

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 11:04 - Feb 11 with 968 viewsFrimleyBlue

You mean the £9 Million wasn't enough investment on top of the £6 mill he'd already put in in the summer?

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 12:02 - Feb 11 with 920 viewsChocorange

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 00:36 - Feb 11 by HARRY10

No, that is silly.

We will not keep the same budget if we are relegated, with Evans making up the £7m loss of TV money.

We will simply scale back our budget to that of other L1 clubs.


No choice but to scale back.

League 1 has a rule that says wages cannot be any more than 60% of turnover.
Now apparently our wage bill has been around 16 to 18 million recently at or above 100% of turnover.

Using those figures means new wage budget on current turnover would be around 9 to 10 million, now take off the lost 5 million to revenue and you are looking at a wage budget of about 7 to 8 million mext season supposing all other revenues in stay the same.

So interesting questions around season ticket prices, tying up wage budget on experienced older players Chambers Skuse Bart, Judge Jonas, mean any players on 20k a week is 1 million of your budget in 1 go. Can't afford many of them.
We could boost turnover by selling Bart or Dozz or anyone someone makes a bid for.
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 12:20 - Feb 11 with 897 viewsOxford_Blue

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 00:36 - Feb 11 by HARRY10

No, that is silly.

We will not keep the same budget if we are relegated, with Evans making up the £7m loss of TV money.

We will simply scale back our budget to that of other L1 clubs.


But then we won’t get promoted will we?
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 13:14 - Feb 11 with 847 viewsmrshallisfit

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 00:36 - Feb 11 by HARRY10

No, that is silly.

We will not keep the same budget if we are relegated, with Evans making up the £7m loss of TV money.

We will simply scale back our budget to that of other L1 clubs.


We are nearly there already.
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 13:36 - Feb 11 with 810 viewsWhymarkmariner

Apparently the average wage for League One is £2000 a week. So I would imagine that if as has been hinted by ME that contracts contain clauses so that wages would presumably fall roughly in line with those of other clubs then some players are going to take quite a hit.
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 13:41 - Feb 11 with 781 viewsIpswichKnight

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 12:02 - Feb 11 by Chocorange

No choice but to scale back.

League 1 has a rule that says wages cannot be any more than 60% of turnover.
Now apparently our wage bill has been around 16 to 18 million recently at or above 100% of turnover.

Using those figures means new wage budget on current turnover would be around 9 to 10 million, now take off the lost 5 million to revenue and you are looking at a wage budget of about 7 to 8 million mext season supposing all other revenues in stay the same.

So interesting questions around season ticket prices, tying up wage budget on experienced older players Chambers Skuse Bart, Judge Jonas, mean any players on 20k a week is 1 million of your budget in 1 go. Can't afford many of them.
We could boost turnover by selling Bart or Dozz or anyone someone makes a bid for.


All Town contracts according to the EADT have a relegation clause with most dropping by 50% if we get relegated.
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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 13:43 - Feb 11 with 767 viewsSwansea_Blue

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 13:41 - Feb 11 by IpswichKnight

All Town contracts according to the EADT have a relegation clause with most dropping by 50% if we get relegated.


That will be fantastic if true. Ok, players will still want to move if they get an offer to stay in the Championship on more money. But to not HAVE to sell players simply because they're no longer affordable will put us in a much stronger position than we would be without such clauses.

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 13:44 - Feb 11 with 760 viewsSuperfrans

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 13:41 - Feb 11 by IpswichKnight

All Town contracts according to the EADT have a relegation clause with most dropping by 50% if we get relegated.


I've heard the relegation clause bit, but not the 50% drop. Where has this been written?

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Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 13:46 - Feb 11 with 751 viewsIpswichKnight

Getting relegated will cost Evans £5-6m more in running costs on 13:43 - Feb 11 by Swansea_Blue

That will be fantastic if true. Ok, players will still want to move if they get an offer to stay in the Championship on more money. But to not HAVE to sell players simply because they're no longer affordable will put us in a much stronger position than we would be without such clauses.


It was on one of the recent Kings of Anglia podcasts, the other plus is that any player under 21 and that comes through your academy their wages do not count against any FFP rules.
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