If you look at our suggested cash figure, £ 4,242,644. And then look at the balance sheet of our 2019 accounts , you will see itís exactly the same figure as our cash in hand from 2018.
Big coincidence if our current cash figure is the same as a figure nearly two years ago.
Pretty sure youíre right, since last yearsí accounts will be the most recent available for all clubs. Weíd need to extrapolate over the two years to be anywhere near up to date. It gives a taste, however, of the state of the clubs.
And so it begins .... This could change the football landscape dramatically if it goes on long enough, debts will be getting called in and two thirds of clubs are swimming in it. As another poster said, when the dust settles who knows how many firms will be out of the football sponsorship and corporate business, not to mention those individuals and companies with a stake in clubs revising their position to concentrate on other more pressing priorities.
Even SKY and BT will surely start losing sports subscribers and once they do they will be hard to get back. The whole financial side of the game throughout Europe could change dramatically ... which perhaps would be no bad thing.