Annual report released - record turnover of £535.2m for 2018/19

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  1. BJL_City

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    Dividends v reinvesting back into your project.
     
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  2. Prestwich_Blue

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    We don't know, as we can only see CFG's accounts and City's. Nor do I know if the leagues or other governing bodies covering the other clubs have any rules on introduction of funds. But why would City then take out loans on behalf of the other clubs if ADUG could do that?
     
  3. Prestwich_Blue

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    You're presumably talking about what the rags describe as 'earnings', which is revenue plus profit on transfers (or minus losses) less expenses but not including amortisation, depreciation, interest or taxation. Otherwise known as EBITDA. Ours is £143m on the same basis as they use.
     
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  4. uwe rosler 28

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    Thanks pb was hoping u could explain it to me.
     
  5. chesterbells

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    Er, no. He’s a red.
     
  6. Rammy Blue

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    My guess would be that we attempt to be self sustaining, obviously being the correct model, however should the need arise then the Sheikh can raid the piggy bank.
     
  7. Jim Tolmie's Underpants

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    Don't tell FIFA.
     
  8. Rolee

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    Can anyone explain how the wage bill rose so dramatically in 12 months?
     
  9. davek1808

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    Bonuses and improved contracts I would presume.
     
  10. Rolee

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    Bonuses wouldn't have been that different to the previous year though? We're up almost 20% on the previous year.
     

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