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- Dec 14, 2009
You get a larger wedge of "solidarity" money (£700K rather than £470K in 2018/19) plus a bigger TV payment plus bigger crowds in L1. Would have covered the budget difference.If we had kept them we wouldn’t have been able to afford any decent players to play alongside them
Did we ever get any money from MK for his transfer?Anyone mention hiram boateng starting for Cambridge yesterday?
At the time, it certainly was decent business. I have a feeling that Jordan may end up playing in the top flight, so hopefully we have a sell on clause. Jayden on the other hand, has topped out.Indeed. £1.5 million is a lot of wonga and feels like good business TBH.