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#Millwall’s 2018/19 financial results covered a season when they just avoided relegation from the Championship by finishing 21st, but did reach the FA Cup quarter-finals. Manager Neil Harris left in October 2019, replaced by Gary Rowett. Some thoughts in the following thread.
#Millwall achieved “the best result for many years” by reducing their loss from £5.0m to just £0.7m, as revenue increased by £2.8m (18%) to £18.4m and profit on player sales and loans rose by £6.9m, partially offset by £5.6m growth in expenses.
#Millwall revenue increase was largely driven by broadcasting income, up £2.4m (32%) to £10.0m, partly reflecting televised cup games, though commercial also rose £0.4m (16%) to £2.7m. Match day was “static” at £5.6m.
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I recently wrote about the importance of the cash flow statement in assessing the financial performance of a football club, focusing on the Premier League. Since then I have had a few requests to do the same for the Championship, so let’s take a look in the following thread.
A club’s profit and loss account is easy to understand, i.e. basically revenue less expenses (mainly player wages), but this is a notional profit based on the accountants’ accruals concept, which can be very different from actual cash movements.
This is important, as the main reason that football clubs fail is cash flow problems. It does not matter how large your revenue is (or your profits are), if you do not have the cash to pay your players, suppliers or indeed the taxman, then you will find yourself in trouble.
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A #MillwallLionesses thread about what's been going on, oop north.
(of the river)

There's plenty more to come on the subject, as we had hinted before (e.g. in the linked Tweet below), but for this thread we will concentrate on last season, 2018-19.

When @Diane_Culligan approached @MillwallLioness, it was on the basis of her self-reportedly "successful" prior involvements @HampsteadFC & @HampsteadWFC

Click on those profiles.
They're a hive of activity.

Images attached because accounts will probs be cut, blocked or private.
Didn't click on the profiles, Dear Reader?
You'll have missed the URLs for Diane's clubs' webpages.

These ones.
These confusing ones :
hampsteadwomenfc.co.uk
(original club, est.1997 - last update, 2012)
hampsteadfc.org
(the cuckoo-ing club, est.1998 - last update 2016)
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This DNS still Infringes the Registered IP Rights of @MillwallFC, namely UKTM3368673, "Milwall Lionesses" as Reg. in Class 41.

Specifically, as Registered for Protection in Offering to the Consumer of Services, by way of "the Internet & other computer & communications networks"
When are you buffoons going to Cease & Desist with the clowning around?

When will Mgmt Assign the #MillwallLionesses .com DNS?
The one y'all registered July 2019?

Immediately?
One suggests immediately.

Or after an ICANN ass-whuppin'?
Costly.

Very costly.
Guess, as to for whom
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