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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by Daz_Blue, 4 Jul 2017.
No it can't
If the point of this was for Net Spend this is how we compare with the rest of the Premier League at the moment roughly, based on my transfer thread:
Net Spend Amongst Premier League Clubs:
West Ham: +£6.0m
Swansea City: +£2.2m.
Crystal Palace: £0.0m.
Sotke City: £0.0m.
Newcastle United: -£5.7m (with a couple of undisclosed fees to be gained)
Brighton & Hove Albion: -£7.6m.
West Brom: -£10.5m (with an undisclosed fee to be added as well)
Huddersfield Town: -£21.9m (Going to -£26.4m with addons)
Leicester City: -£23.7 (Going to -£29.0m with addons)
AFC Bournemouth: -£30.0m.
Manchester United: -£30.7m. (Going to -£39.5m with addons)
Liverpool: -£32.6m (Going to -£39.6m with addons and a tribunal fee to be added)
Manchester City: -£57.8m (Going to -£55.8m with addons to be gained)
Everton: -£85.9m (Going to -£95.9m with addons)
Still a long way to go of course. I'm also not a massive fan of Net Spend, doesn't tell the whole story in my opinion.
Not sure what you mean mate?
But what is the relevance of that other than FFP (which is tied to net income, not net spend).
I don't think it is particularly relevant or very useful myself. My point is, that's what the OP is trying to do. I don't really see the point in trying to piece together a full set of accounts either though.
Fasten your fcukin seat belts, dudes....
The money we spend now isn't from contributions from our owner, it's from the club's own revenue.
Just wait till I start talking about Cash Flow Statements. The adrenalin will be through the roof!
Yes! Yes! The DCF method in all its glory, please.
Zlatan n Milner make a mockery of net spend. Oh we signed him for nothing, Nope 10 mil signing on fee paid as wages spread over the life of the contract.
The you have the home grown affect, Giggs came through the books, he cost us nothing n refused to play anywhere else. Yeah cause he was on an absolute shed load of cash each week that few British clubs could attempt to match...