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    What are the Albion's wages? Just so that I can compare?
    Would also be interesting to know what an independent valuation of player value is, as I get the impression that Palace's squad is older than ours.
    A 7% increase in Matchday revenue is decent.
    The current state of play is going to have a big impact for all clubs, and my instinct would be that the cost of wages will be very closely looked at by all clubs going forwards with great importance on reducing them.
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      When Swiss Ramble is the first-call football finance expert for every media outlet, broadcast and print, and does a podcast with Palace fan Kevin Day, maybe we'll pay attention. Until then ...
      Swiss is a good friend of mine and is the Godfather of football finance in my eyes. He’s far too smart and earning millions to waste his time doing unpaid media work!
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      Where’s the spin, more revenue, wages, player spend is all there.
      Funnily enough, all the things I mentioned were there as well
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      Funnily enough, all the things I mentioned were there as well
      Read the long version and they are there too.


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      At the end of the day you cant argue that Palaces approach hasn't been more effective than ours in terms of performance in the now. It may unravel long term but our position and performance is horrible for our outlay and Tony must be disappointed.
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      Quote Originally Posted by El Presidente View Post
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      Short version

      Revenue up 3% (and higher than the Albion)
      Wages up 2% (and higher than the Albion)
      Operating losses £36 million (and higher than the Albion)
      Sale of Wan-Bissaka at end of season reversed the losses but no cash received at sale date
      Steve Parish employment cost £3m (higher than the Albion)
      Squad cost £208m (higher than the Albion).
      Net debt £71m (lower than the Albion)

      Overall their numbers reflect six years of being in PL compared to our two. Risky strategy in terms of some players on £130k a week but it has worked to date.

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      Lower debt partly because:

      1. They haven’t spent £174m on infrastructure. Just a few quid on Hammerite rust paint.

      2. Their insolvency wiped out debt in an instant.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Albion Dan View Post
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      At the end of the day you cant argue that Palaces approach hasn't been more effective than ours in terms of performance in the now. It may unravel long term but our position and performance is horrible for our outlay and Tony must be disappointed.
      Watford and Burnley are the consistent over achievers.

      Everton and West Ham the car crashes.

      Palace are always in the mid table of PL wage spends and match that in the table, so they are not over performing.

      Brighton had a lower end PL wage spend, so unsurprisingly we find ourselves in PL relegation battles.
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      At the end of the day you cant argue that Palaces approach hasn't been more effective than ours in terms of performance in the now. It may unravel long term but our position and performance is horrible for our outlay and Tony must be disappointed.
      Tony probably IS disappointed, but the investment in the long term is amazing - stadium, training facilities, Development Squad, women's team, etc, etc.
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      I also read somewhere the other day that Palace had borrowed £14m to aid cash flow. Now all clubs must be hurting but it does suggest some on going issues? Assuming its true of course...

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