The Professional Football Compensation Committee (PFCC) met on Wednesday 19th September 2012 to discuss 3 transfers of players aged under 24. James Collins from Shrewsbury Town to Swindon Town was also ruled up. Of direct interested to Exeter City fans though, was their evaluation James Dunne and Troy Archibald-Henville. We’ve been waiting a long time, and its disappointing that they hadn’t met before the transfer deadline date.
- Initial transfer fee of £75,000.
- When James Dunne makes 30 appearances for Stevenage Exeter City will receive a further £25,000 and the same again when he reaches 60 appearances. Making £50k
- Exeter City will receive 20% of any profit on any future transfer deal for James Dunne.
Troy Archibald-Henville to Swindon Town
- Exeter City will get £200k from Swindon Town as an initial transfer fee for Troy.
- For each 15 games Troy plays, up to 60 games, Swindon Town will pay Exeter City £20k, up to a total of £80k
- If Swindon Town get promoted to the Championship and Troy remains their player, then Exeter get a further £40k. If Troy was still playing with Swindon when (if?) they were promoted the Premiership then Exeter would get a further £100k.
- Swindon Town should also pay Exeter City 20% of any profit made by Swindon Town in selling the player to another club at any point in the future.
The Club statement can be found here.
We’ll be bringing you more on this story in the near future, and have a better explanation on how these 2 deals were worked out.