Jack Grealish

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The transfer happened in July rather than June so it went against the (at the stage still to come) 20/21 season rather than the (just finished) 19/20.

19/20 was always going to be a huge loss due to the lack of football for the last 3 months and deferred tv revenues etc.
Pushing it to 20/21 then wrote off the 19/20 losses and attempted to make 20/21 look better.

The 20/21 results will get released in spring 2022 and the aim will be that deferred tv revenues from 19/20 and transfer profits offset lack of 20/21 matchday revenues. Suspect the cup performances and league win will generate sufficient income to stabilise the accounts as long as wages didnt grow again.

But any transfers from now this summer will only affect 21/22 accounts
How are you such an expert in football finances when last night you claimed that our season tickets were paying for Grealish?
 

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How are you such an expert in football finances when last night you claimed that our season tickets were paying for Grealish?
Not claiming to be an expert, but dont fool yourself into thinking ticket prices are continuously rising for any other reason than to contribute to paying for increasingly expensive players
 

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Probably a random point but if you're going to share that WWE video that's going round, use the original from Twitter. There's an Instagram version that's got popular that stole it off the original creator and didn't credit them.



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Not claiming to be an expert, but dont fool yourself into thinking ticket prices are continuously rising for any other reason than to contribute to paying for increasingly expensive players
Well the alternative is mediocrity, at the end of the day whilst some choose to pay to see excellence, those who object will have to settle for second best or worse. Same applies to other sport, music, theatre, etc. At the end of the day, it is up to the individual, and market forces apply.
 

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Not claiming to be an expert, but dont fool yourself into thinking ticket prices are continuously rising for any other reason than to contribute to paying for increasingly expensive players
You really think the extra million £ they rake in from a minor increse in ticket sales is even a drop in the ocean of a transfer?

They'd have to raise the ticket prices by £1000's of pounds to get even close to having an impact.
 
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