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Old 14-05-2019, 03:07 PM
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Originally Posted by GreatGonzo View Post
It may be the case that we made more money from TV than prize money and tickets. We may have made as much as £639k from the 3 live games. So £1.3-1.5m is probably fair. Still less than finishing 1 place higher in the PL though.

Your gate receipts are way too high though. Spurs was £25 adults but less for concessions, Doncaster was £10 and lower, Grimsby was £15 and lower, and Watford was £18 and lower. Average was probably below £15 so takes 1-200k off our share at 45%, Maybe £350-400k.
And your figures donít account for programme sales, corporate hospitality, sponsorship so for the two home games so I think we agree at about £1.5 million.
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