Yep they've gone fully professional. Won't be the first you see like this and it wouldn't surprise me if Borough get a couple of Albion loanees.
It’s £199 if a season ticket is purchased before 8th July, so works out at 8.65 a game.Yep they've gone fully professional. Won't be the first you see like this and it wouldn't surprise me if Borough get a couple of Albion loanees.
A season ticket there next year will set you back £275.
Yeah credit where it's due, that's much better. I have a big connection to Borough for years before I moved away, so I want them to do well. It just seems a bit sudden in all honesty.It’s £199 if a season ticket is purchased before 8th July, so works out at 8.65 a game.
Will be interesting to see how they do. The new owner keeps going on about “thinking like a League 2 club”
Dan Smith. Funnily enough, Barnes was up front with Lyle Taylor who has gone on to have an alright career himself.Borough have had full-time pros on their books before of course. The first being a young lad called Ashley Barnes. (OK, joint first, with another Plymouth loanee whose name escapes me.)
it will vary massively between players and squads.
Yeah the league varies massively. The 250/300 will be what Aveley/Taunton and a few teams will pay. The upper scale is definitely tipped with Yeovil coming down as well as Maidstone and Torquay. Dartford also pay quite a bit.it will vary massively between players and squads.
I Know several players at clubs the level below who are on around £250-£300 a week. So I based on the I would expect wages to be in the region of £300-£700 for a first team player. now they are going pro probably a bit more.