Auf Wiedersehen £170m

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Auf Wiedersehen £170m

by AthleticoSpizz » 29 May 2017 19:53

Well, that was that, but as losers, how much money would have the whole play-off experience grossed the club?

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Re: Auf Wiedersehen £170m

by Schards#2 » 30 May 2017 09:30

Neither of our promotions in the past seem to have improved the club's financial position longer term, indeed, the second one seems to have nearly bankrupted it.

Unless you can go up and stay it, the club itself seems to make sod all, the players/agents etc more so

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Re: Auf Wiedersehen £170m

by wiggso » 30 May 2017 09:36

Wasn't it agreed that the loser get the gate receipts? £3 million.

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Re: Auf Wiedersehen £170m

by AthleticoSpizz » 30 May 2017 13:25

That's what I'm talkng about Wiggso.

Ok, so we've missed out one the big bucks once again, but like a decent cup-run, the play-off adventure must bring in a decent windfall....even if it is no comparison to Huddersfields'

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Re: Auf Wiedersehen £170m

by Ian Royal » 30 May 2017 19:29

Schards#2 Neither of our promotions in the past seem to have improved the club's financial position longer term, indeed, the second one seems to have nearly bankrupted it.

Unless you can go up and stay it, the club itself seems to make sod all, the players/agents etc more so

Mostly the case, although iirc over the first two seasons up there we banked about £12m to make up for the years of losses to get there.


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Re: Auf Wiedersehen £170m

by Green » 06 Jun 2017 17:43

Schards#2 Neither of our promotions in the past seem to have improved the club's financial position longer term, indeed, the second one seems to have nearly bankrupted it.

Unless you can go up and stay it, the club itself seems to make sod all, the players/agents etc more so

SEE Tickets are the real winners here I reckon.

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Re: Auf Wiedersehen £170m

by Royalwaster » 06 Jun 2017 21:58

Green
Schards#2 Neither of our promotions in the past seem to have improved the club's financial position longer term, indeed, the second one seems to have nearly bankrupted it.

Unless you can go up and stay it, the club itself seems to make sod all, the players/agents etc more so

SEE Tickets are the real winners here I reckon.


Was it just me who thought that one of the worst ticket booking sites ever?

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Re: Auf Wiedersehen £170m

by Green » 08 Jun 2017 10:48

I had no issue with the booking process other than the exorbitant admin fee but that's the same everywhere.

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Re: Auf Wiedersehen £170m

by muirinho » 08 Jun 2017 11:25

Green I had no issue with the booking process other than the exorbitant admin fee but that's the same everywhere.


I found it frustrating that you couldn't look at your seats and choose - faffing about asking for seats, rejecting and asking again to try to get rows higher up was a pain.

But other than that, was fine.


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