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Burton Albion had a very modest trading loss by Championship standards of less than £6,000 a week offset by sale of Jackson Irvine to Hull #Brewers
No borrowing from Burton Albion in 2017/18 and only investment was £1,100 from share issue as club continued to live within its means. #Brewers
Gate receipts just £1.8 million for Burton Albion in 2017/18. Commercial income of £11m includes about £7m of TV money which will fall substantially in 18/19 as standard payout in League One is £1.1 million #Brewers
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Walker and Evers sparring over who plagiarized what. Walker, who introduced the subject, got off it quickly. Gets in a Tommy Thompson (popular former WI governor, 1987-2001) reference, and adds more in the next segment.
Tony Evers pledges $1.4 billion in new schools funding, including $600 million for students with disabilities. This sounds like a lot. #wigovdebate
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Although the 2016/17 financial results for the Championship are now a season out-of-date, they are the most recent published by the clubs, so people might still be interested in the comparisons as the new season kicks-off. Some thoughts in the following thread.
In contrast to the Premier League, only 6 clubs in the Championship made money, led by #NFFC £32m & #BarnsleyFC £13m. In this very competitive division most clubs over-extend in a bid to reach the lucrative top flight. Largest losses at 2 promoted clubs: #NUFC £47m & #BHAFC £39m.
Some clubs’ figures impacted by significant exceptional items, so #NFFC (£40m) and #ReadingFC (£9m) were boosted by loan write-offs. In contrast, promotion bonuses adversely affected #HTAFC £12m, #NUFC £10m and #BHAFC £9m. Newcastle also booked £22m onerous contract provisions.
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