Football Finance Thread

Colesman Ballz

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Accounts to 30 June 2019 show a £3.3 million loss and nearly £18 million of creditors and cumulative losses of £16 million. Gruesome
No wonder that their former manager said that he couldn't compete with the little 'ol' Grecians in the transfer market ! Looking for all the world that it will end up in tears for the Pirates. Maybe then Bed Taker could put in a bid, on behalf of himself and his other out of work chums ? The Cheese might then even end up with "his job for life" after all !
 

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I managed to pause my Sky Sports package so that's all good and my BT package has given me the option of continuing to pay but that money goes to the NHS COVID-19 appeal so I've chosen to do that. Thanks for your help with these everyone.
 

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So on Monday Newcastle lay off all non playing staff. Today Tottenham cut non playing staff wages by 20%. Any mention of the players also taking a cut? Fat chance. Seems like their snouts are still firmly in the trough.
 

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So on Monday Newcastle lay off all non playing staff. Today Tottenham cut non playing staff wages by 20%. Any mention of the players also taking a cut? Fat chance. Seems like their snouts are still firmly in the trough.
It's a disgrace really isn't it? If I was a player on 100k a week and the office staff etc were getting paycuts i'd offer to chip in. I'm amazed footballers don't even feel guilty about not doing so.
 

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In RaWZ we trust....Amen.
So on Monday Newcastle lay off all non playing staff. Today Tottenham cut non playing staff wages by 20%. Any mention of the players also taking a cut? Fat chance. Seems like their snouts are still firmly in the trough.
The staff are on furlough..Does that mean the government picking up the tab for 80% of wages at Spurs & Newcastle ? Despite both clubs being flush with PL money.
 
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