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Championship Wage Bills

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Interesting reading with there, to think QPR's wage bill was at £30m and apparently it's been cut in half now @Batard? Just take a moment to look at Huddersfield (£21m) and Newcastle (£112m). When you see that and see this season that they've finished midtable then it's not exactly a massive achievement from Rafa. 

 

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How on earth is Newcastle's wage bill nearly as big as ours? Fucking hell.

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It shows as well how catastrophic the management of Sunderland has been and how much of a task the new owner has rectifying that overspending.

Wrong area of the forum but it also shows that the real fairytale isn’t Bournemouth or Burnley, it’s Huddersfield Town. Over a third of the 92 teams with a bigger budget than them. 

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53 minutes ago, Smiley Culture said:

It shows as well how catastrophic the management of Sunderland has been and how much of a task the new owner has rectifying that overspending.

Wrong area of the forum but it also shows that the real fairytale isn’t Bournemouth or Burnley, it’s Huddersfield Town. Over a third of the 92 teams with a bigger budget than them. 

Burnley not a fairytale but definitely well run with a good long term plan to get where they are now.

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Factually incorrect. Our wage bill is inbetween Burnley and Watford.

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Just now, Kitchen Sales said:

Factually incorrect. Our wage bill is inbetween Burnley and Watford.

What’s your wage bill then?

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1 minute ago, DeadLinesman said:

What’s your wage bill then?

In between those two xD

If the figures the club are reporting are done the same year on year it means that our wage bill went from £70m when we went down to £112m xD 

There's a financial trick going on here. Look at our transfers and work out how we have added 16+ extra players on £50,000 a week.

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Apparently the club declared some future wages in the annual accounts:rofl:

Though one possible theory is that they have done that to circumvent Premier League financial fair play rules.

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