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EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and loss

By sonicmoose24/5 11:17Fri May 24 11:17:04 2019

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Pretty impressive by Mr Wallace I would say...

Compiled by Martyn Ziegler for the Times:

2017-18 Net profit and loss ranked in order of profitability
1 Tottenham £113m
2 Liverpool £106m
3 Chelsea £62m
4 Arsenal £57m
5 Burnley £37m
6 Southampton £29m
7 Newcastle £19m
8 Hull £19m
9 West Ham £17m
10 Norwich £15m
11 Barnsley £13m
12 Huddersfield £11m
13 Brighton £11m
14 Manchester City £10m
15 Exeter £2.4m
16 Leicester £1m
17 Preston £1m
18 Port Vale £1m
19 Stevenage £0.8m
20 Luton £0.6m
21 Peterborough £0.5m
22 Forest Green £0.4
23 Accrington £0.4m
24 Fleetwood £0.4m
25 Burton £0.3m
26 Shrewsbury £0.3m
27 Gillingham £0.1m
28 Plymouth £0.1m
29 Newport £0.1m
30 Yeovil £0.1m
31 Walsall no profit/loss
32 Barnet no profit/loss
33 Grimsby -£0.04m
34 Cheltenham -£0.1m
35 Carlisle -£0.1m
36 Mansfield -£0.1m
37 Bradford -£0.3m
38 Rochdale -£0.3m
39 Crawley -£0.3m
40 Morecambe -£0.4m
41 Oldham -£0.5m
42 Rotherham -£0.5m
43 Wimbledon -£0.5m
44 Wycombe -£0.7m
45 Crewe -£0.8m
46 Cambridge -£0.8m
47 Chesterfield -£1.1m
48 Lincoln -£1.1m
49 Derby -£1.1m
50 Portsmouth -£1.4m
51 Notts County -£1.5m
52 Swindon -£1.8m
53 Sheffield Utd -£1.9m
54 Northampton -£2m
55 Oxford -£2m
56 Blackpool -£2.1m
57 Coventry -£2.5m
58 Doncaster -£2.8m
59 Bury -£2.8m
60 Swansea -£3m
61 Southend -£3.1m
62 Colchester -£3m
63 Bristol Rovers -£3m
64 Scunthorpe -£3.6m
65 Brentford -£3.9m
66 Leeds -£4.3m
67 MK Dons -£4.6m
68 Millwall -£4.6m
69 Ipswich -£5.2m
70 Bolton -£5.4m
71 Nottingham Forest -£5.6m
72 West Brom -£6m
73 Middlesbrough -£6.6m
74 Wigan -£7.7m
75 Sunderland -£10.2m
76 Charlton -£10.4m
77 Bournemouth -£11m
78 Everton -£13m
79 Blackburn -£16.8m
80 Reading -£21m
81 Sheffield Wed -£21m
82 Bristol City -£25m
83 Watford -£31m
84 Stoke -£32m
85 Aston Villa -£35m
86 Cardiff -£36m
87 Crystal Palace -£36m
88 Manchester Utd -£37m
89 Birmingham -£37m
90 QPR -£38m
91 Fulham -£45m
92 Wolves -£57m

Edited by sonicmoose at 11:17:45 on 24th May 2019

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By WASP (Original Mr Wasp)25/5 15:47Sat May 25 15:47:12 2019In response to EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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Cambridge and Colchester look fucked!

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By Donnellyrd (Donnelly)26/5 01:15Sun May 26 01:15:58 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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Shame 😊

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By Sev24/5 13:39Fri May 24 13:39:36 2019In response to EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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It would be interesting to plot the profit/loss against league position (in their respective leagues) to see if it suggests those with bigger losses are doing better (because they spend more) or whether they have losses because they're small and crap.

Our relatively high position is of course quite an abnormal year down to player sales.

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By Newbie_Boro24/5 14:17Fri May 24 14:17:49 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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Well Fulham, QPR and Cardiff speak for themselves

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By Puds (Chuds)24/5 11:57Fri May 24 11:57:41 2019In response to EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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If only we could sell Ben Wilmot every year.

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By Handyandy124/5 15:43Fri May 24 15:43:10 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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Certainly helped selling Mr Wilmot, but even so, it's still very impressive for such a small club and to find ourselves just outside the playoffs at the same time!

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By Danny-da-Bass24/5 22:30Fri May 24 22:30:31 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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Helped? Wilmott went for a mil. Therefore again the absence of a cup run we have performed exactly the same as we have for the last few years.... running at an ‘operating’ net loss. PW said as much is the last meet the chairman.

Not that I’m complaining, nature your young talent for profit can only be a great thing, but you can’t quite call this a masterstrole of financial acumen or genius

Edited by Danny-da-Bass at 22:31:41 on 24th May 2019

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By Handyandy126/5 00:29Sun May 26 00:29:35 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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Fair point Danny, but still think we're lucky to have him at the helm so to speak. Seems to keep a tight ship, not a shite tip.

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By sonicmoose24/5 17:05Fri May 24 17:05:33 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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Sales like Wilmot is what happens when you invest in the youth set-up

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By Northlondonboro (Adam M)25/5 12:47Sat May 25 12:47:48 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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Of course; but how many million pound players will we sell next season? It’s a bit of a one-off.

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By Puds (Chuds)25/5 15:02Sat May 25 15:02:51 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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McKee.

Oh.

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By Cruffers25/5 15:12Sat May 25 15:12:19 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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I could never see how Sarll saw him as a million pound player.

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By Sev25/5 15:19Sat May 25 15:19:50 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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He was better than Timlin.

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By Rob SBFC (Big Robbie (SBFC))25/5 21:32Sat May 25 21:32:44 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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He was a footballer

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By Cruffers25/5 17:09Sat May 25 17:09:22 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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Not for me. Too lazy.

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By Bladders (BALDOCKBORO)25/5 13:05Sat May 25 13:05:22 2019In response to Re: EFL 92 2017-18 Net profit and lossTop of thread

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Kenners in January

//optimist//

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