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Nice touch to acknowledge the sterling fundraising effort from the supporters.
















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What gets me is the future of our club is probably in jeopardy over the £1 million loss in revenue we will incure due to Coronavirus and yet Man Utd are allegedly close to signing Jadon Sancho for a fee of £108 million with Sancho allegedly earning £65 million over the next five years, stinks.


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What gets me is the future of our club is probably in jeopardy over the £1 million loss in revenue we will incure due to Coronavirus and yet Man Utd are allegedly close to signing Jadon Sancho for a fee of £108 million with Sancho allegedly earning £65 million over the next five years, stinks.


Not even in the top three when it comes to the premier league.

1. David De Gea (Man Utd) - £375,000
2. Kevin De Bruyne (Man City) - £320,833
3. Raheem Sterling (Man City) - £300,000
4. Paul Pogba (Man Utd) - £290,000
5. Mesut Ozil (Arsenal) - £268,750


Meanwhile at Arsenal:

https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-arsenal-blames-pandemic-revenue-hit-for-job-losses-12043054

Around £4 million for Saturdays Fa Cup victory.

Then:

https://www.skysports.com/foot.....-year-contract-offer















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Nice touch to acknowledge the sterling fundraising effort from the supporters.





I hope the omission was down to GT reporting. It amazes me that some clubs are signing so many players now given the uncertainty regards future income.
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Not even in the top three when it comes to the premier league.

1. David De Gea (Man Utd) - £375,000
2. Kevin De Bruyne (Man City) - £320,833
3. Raheem Sterling (Man City) - £300,000
4. Paul Pogba (Man Utd) - £290,000
5. Mesut Ozil (Arsenal) - £268,750



I know he's on loan at Inter and not actually playing but isn't Sanchez on £500,000 ?




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I know he's on loan at Inter and not actually playing but isn't Sanchez on £500,000 ?


Around £560000 per week.
He's moving to Inter on a permanent deal which will pay around £130000 after tax.














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I hope the omission was down to GT reporting. It amazes me that some clubs are signing so many players now given the uncertainty regards future income.



Those are the clubs that like gambling with the future of their club, and will just go into administration, and probably not for the first time.
I would rather get through this period, if that means reducing the budget, so be.
Spending big does not guarnatee promotion.
I am sure that we will be competitive next season, whether we can challenge towards to the top, we will have to wait and see.
I have noticed that in some quaters, people moaning that Mr Holloway missed out to a potential signing to Hamilton.
The chance to play against Celtic, Rangers, Aberdeen or Forest Green, Salford, Macclesfield, which club would you pick?
Also Hamilton have paid a undisclosed fee for the striker.
I take the positive from this, that we were in for a young up and coming striker and was prepared to pay a fee for a player.

Looking forward to getting back to BP to watch the Mighty Mariners soon.

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Government should put an extra 10% VAT/TAX on transfers over 1,000,000 and distribute it to the lower leagues.


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Not even in the top three when it comes to the premier league.

1. David De Gea (Man Utd) - £375,000
2. Kevin De Bruyne (Man City) - £320,833
3. Raheem Sterling (Man City) - £300,000
4. Paul Pogba (Man Utd) - £290,000
5. Mesut Ozil (Arsenal) - £268,750


Meanwhile at Arsenal:

https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-arsenal-blames-pandemic-revenue-hit-for-job-losses-12043054

Around £4 million for Saturdays Fa Cup victory.

Then:

https://www.skysports.com/foot.....-year-contract-offer




Whilst I despise the gap in professional football, if ever a player deserved to be a top earner, it’s De Bruyne. An amazing player, with sterling not far behind too. However, those other 3 are charlatans.
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