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5 minutes ago, perthblue02 said:

As it is part of the stadium I presume it is exempt from inclusion in the FFP calculations 

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/29361839

3. What is covered by FFP?

Clubs need to balance football-related expenditure - transfers and wages - with television and ticket income, plus revenues raised by their commercial departments. Money spent on stadiums, training facilities, youth development or community projects is exempt.

Thanks and I've now bookmarked that link!

So our billionaire owners could just sign the cheque if they were asked to.

 

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30 minutes ago, AllRoverAsia said:

Thanks and I've now bookmarked that link!

So our billionaire owners could just sign the cheque if they were asked to.

 

Who knows, I am pretty sure if the commercial fryer at the Venky's XPRS in down town Pune broke , they would not suggest using a candle under a frying pan to make do 🙂

All part of the maintenance and wear and tear associated with owing a business you would think.

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13 hours ago, tomphil said:

Stuart Downings wages for the last few seasons would probably have paid for a new pitch.  That's where we are at with this lot though, expect more wages to find their way to some ex Boro/Coventry in the near future.

Clampits the lot of them.

So would Mulgrew's wages for the 2 years of his new contract Mowbray gave him where he played just 2 games.  

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