Just in case you're being serious, let's go through an example with some hypothetical numbers:
A football club makes a loss (income less expenses) of 300k per month. That loss includes various cash flows including wages physically paid in cash by football club to those employed by the football club.
Company XYZ lends 300k a month to the football club (on a non-interest bearing loan) to allow football club to meet its liabilities as they fall due. That loan gradually builds up and becomes [x]m after 10 years.
Company XYZ is transferring physical cash to football club on a loan facility such that overall the common owner of Company XYZ and football club is losing 300k per month by holding a loss making football club.
I got to De then just had to reply with the same BS...
You are either unwilling or unable to understand the structure of the club's finances and the reality of the situation. It's not Football Manager.
Whichever it is has unfortunately lead you to some incorrect conclusions which are making you look rather silly.
Probably best to withdraw now.
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