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    Finances

    Have seen a few articles in recent days name-checking Leeds as one of the clubs 'most at risk' financially at the moment.

    Have to say it was quite alarming to see the wording that was used.

    Apparently it's mainly because we make so much in match-day revenue that it keeps us afloat - Radz saying we will lose half a million a game, and potential for players to be asked to take wage cuts whilst things are not happening.

    In the grand scheme of things it's not so important, but obviously long-term very much so for all of us - i wondered if anyone had any perspectives on it and our particular status right now?

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    Maybe these overpaid footballers should try swapping their wages with some of these hard working nurses and doctors..

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo View Post
    Maybe these overpaid footballers should try swapping their wages with some of these hard working nurses and doctors..
    This from a supporter of a PL team where one player is paid almost as much as a whole first team squad for many of the lower leagues. How much are your fairies going to contribute?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTF11 View Post
    This from a supporter of a PL team where one player is paid almost as much as a whole first team squad for many of the lower leagues. How much are your fairies going to contribute?
    "Overpaid footballers ".. Come on WTF .. It means all footballers who are on silly money whatever league ...

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