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Club Finances 13:02 - Feb 25 with 1395 viewsCrawfordsboot

Interesting article in the Athletic re the divide between Championship and Div 1 finances

https://theathletic.com/1611512/2020/02/22/championship-league-one-gap/?source=s

This season Championship signings total £200 million but in Div 1 only £5 million.
Championship clubs get 80% of central funding but Div 1 just 12%.

The big gap in English leagues is between Championship and Div 1.

We need to pray we get back soon.
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Club Finances on 13:05 - Feb 25 with 1361 viewsPecker

We have a very different definition of the word "Interesting".
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Club Finances on 13:10 - Feb 25 with 1324 viewsCrawfordsboot

Club Finances on 13:05 - Feb 25 by Pecker

We have a very different definition of the word "Interesting".


Yes I know - I have seen your posts about growing vegetables, vegan pizzas and your wife’s deodorants.

What else is there to say.

Pecker by name, pecker by ....
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Club Finances on 13:11 - Feb 25 with 1311 viewshomer_123

Club Finances on 13:10 - Feb 25 by Crawfordsboot

Yes I know - I have seen your posts about growing vegetables, vegan pizzas and your wife’s deodorants.

What else is there to say.

Pecker by name, pecker by ....


Sorry Pecks - that made me chuckle.

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Club Finances on 13:15 - Feb 25 with 1285 viewsPecker

Club Finances on 13:11 - Feb 25 by homer_123

Sorry Pecks - that made me chuckle.


No sorry needed. One must learn to laugh at yourself before laughing at others. He made a very good point.
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Club Finances on 13:17 - Feb 25 with 1266 viewsPecker

Club Finances on 13:10 - Feb 25 by Crawfordsboot

Yes I know - I have seen your posts about growing vegetables, vegan pizzas and your wife’s deodorants.

What else is there to say.

Pecker by name, pecker by ....


Pecker by name, Pecker is as thick as $h1t. It has been said before and I would have to agree.
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Club Finances on 13:37 - Feb 25 with 1193 viewsITFC_Forever

Saw that the other day.

And that's why we can't compete in the Champ - we simply don't have the money.

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Club Finances on 13:46 - Feb 25 with 1151 viewsBluefish

Does that mean we have 10% of the division spending on fees. Does it include the loan fees as well?

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Club Finances on 13:55 - Feb 25 with 1121 viewsSuperfrans

In real terms, the bigger chasm is between the Championship and the Prem - the budgies will win more than £100m for coming last in the Prem this season, and more than £2.4bn is paid out to the 20 teams in total.

But the point still stands, the chasm between Championship and League One is vast and growing.

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Club Finances on 14:18 - Feb 25 with 1062 viewsHarry_Palmer

Club Finances on 13:55 - Feb 25 by Superfrans

In real terms, the bigger chasm is between the Championship and the Prem - the budgies will win more than £100m for coming last in the Prem this season, and more than £2.4bn is paid out to the 20 teams in total.

But the point still stands, the chasm between Championship and League One is vast and growing.


Yep, which is highlighted by the fact Luton, Barnsley and Charlton are all in a relegation battle.
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Club Finances on 15:13 - Feb 25 with 981 viewsRadlett_blue

Club Finances on 13:55 - Feb 25 by Superfrans

In real terms, the bigger chasm is between the Championship and the Prem - the budgies will win more than £100m for coming last in the Prem this season, and more than £2.4bn is paid out to the 20 teams in total.

But the point still stands, the chasm between Championship and League One is vast and growing.


that should actually make it an easier league from which to escape. Assuming our crowds stay in the mid teens, we will have more resources than anyone except Sunderland & Portsmouth.
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Club Finances on 15:23 - Feb 25 with 953 viewshamburger_sv

Club Finances on 15:13 - Feb 25 by Radlett_blue

that should actually make it an easier league from which to escape. Assuming our crowds stay in the mid teens, we will have more resources than anyone except Sunderland & Portsmouth.


Except that the longer we stay in this league the lower the fanbase would be, and the less Evans would be willing to spend in the league.

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Club Finances on 17:16 - Feb 25 with 806 viewsIllinoisblue

Sheff Utd got promoted from championship on a smaller budget than us

62 - 78 - 81

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Club Finances on 17:17 - Feb 25 with 802 viewsRadlett_blue

Club Finances on 17:16 - Feb 25 by Illinoisblue

Sheff Utd got promoted from championship on a smaller budget than us


After sacking 5 managers in 5 years, before they lucked out with Chris Wilder.
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Club Finances on 22:49 - Feb 25 with 613 viewsWestStanderLaLaLa

Championship clubs lost £500M last season.
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Club Finances on 22:53 - Feb 25 with 604 viewsHARRY10

Club Finances on 13:37 - Feb 25 by ITFC_Forever

Saw that the other day.

And that's why we can't compete in the Champ - we simply don't have the money.


err, we would if we went up
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Club Finances on 06:40 - Feb 26 with 472 viewsITFC_Forever

Club Finances on 22:53 - Feb 25 by HARRY10

err, we would if we went up


No we wouldn’t.

We spent 108% of our revenue on wages and came comfortably last. How is that having enough money to compete?

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