Relegation is obviously problematic, but with a funding loss of around £700,000 it’s manageable barely. I’d expect a year of losses whilst we manage our budget back down to @SkyBetLeagueTwo levels.
We’d then have a choice of either 1. spending the lot on player-manager wages or 2. Spending a small part of the new income in preparation for relegation one day.
As a fan I’d want option 1 and have a good..
As a businessman I’d want option 2 setting a budget of £3m, paying great win bonuses and promotion bonuses of a couple of £m and retaining £2m..
If we go with option 1, which is still miles behind the majority of @SkyBetChamp and fail, we’re left with a club losing £3-4million that I can’t/won’t fund..
So I’m then is a trap, set for me by those in charge of football.
A community club is imperilled by the very authorities that are supposed to look after the future of the game.
That’s why the financial set up of football..
But I love the club ffs.