£100k scoreboard. Yay or Nay.

Good enhancement of the matchday experience, over priced vanity project, do the fans really want one

  • Yes

  • No

  • Don't know


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tonykellowfan

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It depends on what the life expectancy of the scoreboard is though. If it only last 10 years then the depreciation would be £10k/yr.
Assuming the sums make some sense then I have no problem with it.
A sensible point. Essentially the annual income has to cover the depreciation and then we get an improved experience at no long term cost.
 
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