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Thread: Trouble ahead at 1921

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    Trouble ahead at 1921

    I see trouble ahead at 1921, indeed insolvency, which is a terminal event.

    The utility bills will be a financial blow and they will similarly be a financial blow in the population at large, seriously affecting revenue. Football inflation, so to speak, necessitates a higher wage bill than last season in order to equal that level of 'success'.

    Without the above extra factors the club's normal trading loss per financial year can amount to 500,000. The add-ons from substantial transfer deals are all finished and nearly all used up to mitigate the usual level of losses.

    It is clear that Philip Day (short-hand for Purepay Retail Limited, which he clearly controls) wants his money back now.

    I see one of those massive Pickford's flat-bed low-loader units with a driving tractor unit at each end, carrying a gigantic industrial sized fan, heading for Brunton Park, ready for all the s­hit to hit.
    Last edited by _Stefan_Kuntz; 22-06-2022 at 03:48 PM.

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