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According to Wales online 13:14 - Jul 2 with 1901 viewsandrew

Our wage bill is £92m, the second highest in the league.

It means if we have 30 players they are on (average) £60,000 a week. Where on earth do they get their bulls hit from?

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According to Wales online on 13:17 - Jul 2 with 1872 viewsNeath_Jack

Is that just the playing staff, or all SCFC employees?

I want a mate like Flashberryjacks, who wears a Barnsley jersey with "Swans are my second team" on the back.
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According to Wales online on 13:39 - Jul 2 with 1753 viewsJacket

Sure I read it was £90m when we were in the Premier League. Hard to believe it's at the same level after getting Bony, Narsingh, Clucas, Ki, Fabianski and Fernandez off the books.
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According to Wales online on 13:39 - Jul 2 with 1753 viewsjasper_T

We have ~60 professionals on the books, not 30.

Our total wage bill was £91m in the last PL season, there's no chance we maintained that in the Championship with all the player outgoings.
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According to Wales online on 13:54 - Jul 2 with 1669 viewsFireboy2

According to Wales online on 13:39 - Jul 2 by jasper_T

We have ~60 professionals on the books, not 30.

Our total wage bill was £91m in the last PL season, there's no chance we maintained that in the Championship with all the player outgoings.


Exactly jasper.

Its aload of sheeite, but its whats you expect with wol.

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According to Wales online on 13:56 - Jul 2 with 1642 viewsChief

I'm fairness they did state in the article that the figures were based on the latest published accounts. I believe our last published accounts covered our last season in the Premier league, so this isn't a surprising stay but it's also not representative of the current situation seeing as we've jettisoned over 20 players since then.

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According to Wales online on 17:29 - Jul 2 with 1214 viewsCooperman

It's probably closer to £9.2m than £92m but only just.

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According to Wales online on 18:42 - Jul 2 with 1034 viewsFireboy2

According to Wales online on 17:29 - Jul 2 by Cooperman

It's probably closer to £9.2m than £92m but only just.


Printing error then coops

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According to Wales online on 10:08 - Jul 6 with 422 viewsfelixstowe_jack

Just another untrue story by a Cardiff paper.

A bit like the claim that Cardiff's wage bill in the PL last year was only £27m

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