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Bristol City 18:05 - Dec 28 with 1567 viewsAndyconky

Posted losses of £38 million

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Bristol City on 18:40 - Dec 28 with 1320 views1983

Couldn't have happened to a nicer club


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Bristol City on 00:57 - Dec 29 with 1182 viewsReslovenSwan1

Middlesborough reported similar loses in the summer. They then sack Warnock not cheap and employ Wilder not cheap. With £24m losses in one year means only £11m in the next two. This must mean severe cut backs but no sign of it.

Boroughs owners have lost a fortune. Steve Gibson the 'ideal chairman' (one that loses huge money)

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Bristol City on 07:49 - Dec 29 with 1144 viewsraynor94

Points deduction coming, if they don't cut their cloth

You give it out, you take it back it`s all part of the game

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Bristol City on 07:57 - Dec 29 with 1135 viewsThornburyswan

On top of the £11M from last year too.
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Bristol City on 09:14 - Dec 29 with 1112 viewsKeithHaynes

Bristol City on 07:49 - Dec 29 by raynor94

Points deduction coming, if they don't cut their cloth


38 million is crazy.

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Bristol City on 10:33 - Dec 29 with 1068 viewsLuther27

Seems the way other clubs finances are run, as long as we keep financially stable then we’ll never get threatened with relegation lol
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Bristol City on 10:36 - Dec 29 with 1065 viewsDr_Winston

No doubt the usual suspects will still have a whinge and a sook the next time we sell a player and don't spend every last penny on replacements. Running a Championship football club is expensive beyond the understanding of the average supporter.

As much as the "investment" from the likes of Silverstein makes me uncomfortable, in the Covid era it's probably necessary if we're going to avoid making large losses ourselves and still maintain a competitive team.

Pain or damage don't end the world. Or despair, or f*cking beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back.

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Bristol City on 10:39 - Dec 29 with 1061 viewsBadlands

Bristol City on 00:57 - Dec 29 by ReslovenSwan1

Middlesborough reported similar loses in the summer. They then sack Warnock not cheap and employ Wilder not cheap. With £24m losses in one year means only £11m in the next two. This must mean severe cut backs but no sign of it.

Boroughs owners have lost a fortune. Steve Gibson the 'ideal chairman' (one that loses huge money)


Boro banking on promotion. If they go up having cheated they escape any sanctions.
EFL rule breaking needs serious tightening up,

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Bristol City on 10:56 - Dec 29 with 1046 viewsFlynnidine_Zidownes

Bristol City on 10:39 - Dec 29 by Badlands

Boro banking on promotion. If they go up having cheated they escape any sanctions.
EFL rule breaking needs serious tightening up,


It worked for Leicester.
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Bristol City on 12:55 - Dec 29 with 994 viewsCatullus

Bristol City on 10:56 - Dec 29 by Flynnidine_Zidownes

It worked for Leicester.


It works if you can stay up long term. Leicester gambled but it seems to have paid off. They are now expecting to be top 10 every year.

I still find the EPL to be a poisoned chalice and all to often not worth getting promoted into because of all the trouble it can bring.

Just trying to get promoted can bring enough trouble, if Bristol have been spending to try and go up they are failing badly and the mere attempt at having a good team could do for them. I didn't realise they'd lost 11 million last season, they need to wise up or they'll be in deep shtuck.

Just my opinion, but WTF do I know anyway?
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Bristol City on 13:12 - Dec 29 with 977 viewspencoedjack

Bristol City on 12:55 - Dec 29 by Catullus

It works if you can stay up long term. Leicester gambled but it seems to have paid off. They are now expecting to be top 10 every year.

I still find the EPL to be a poisoned chalice and all to often not worth getting promoted into because of all the trouble it can bring.

Just trying to get promoted can bring enough trouble, if Bristol have been spending to try and go up they are failing badly and the mere attempt at having a good team could do for them. I didn't realise they'd lost 11 million last season, they need to wise up or they'll be in deep shtuck.


Bristol City can spend what they want with Nigel Pearson as manager they won’t go up.

His ship sailed years ago.
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Bristol City on 14:47 - Dec 29 with 939 viewsbuilthjack

I guess the £90 million or so that the club have received in parachute payments these last 3 years, and the selling of every player worth a few quid, has helped us tremendously.
[Post edited 30 Dec 2021 11:45]

Swansea Indepenent Poster Of The Year 2021. Dr P was 2nd, but he is deluded and thinks in his little twisted brain that he won. Poor sod.

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Bristol City on 14:55 - Dec 29 with 929 viewsReslovenSwan1

Bristol City on 14:47 - Dec 29 by builthjack

I guess the £90 million or so that the club have received in parachute payments these last 3 years, and the selling of every player worth a few quid, has helped us tremendously.
[Post edited 30 Dec 2021 11:45]


The transition from a £160m turnover club to a £20m turnover club has gone well with no residual debt and Covid to deal with. In fact it has been close to textbook use of the parachutes.

I realise giving the US owners credit does not go down well on "committee old boy" forums like this but I will say it anyway.

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Bristol City on 19:54 - Dec 29 with 845 viewsKilkennyjack

Bristol City on 14:55 - Dec 29 by ReslovenSwan1

The transition from a £160m turnover club to a £20m turnover club has gone well with no residual debt and Covid to deal with. In fact it has been close to textbook use of the parachutes.

I realise giving the US owners credit does not go down well on "committee old boy" forums like this but I will say it anyway.


I agree.

No club can duck the financial realities.
You have to cut your cloth.

Hang out your brightest colours …

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Bristol City on 21:04 - Dec 29 with 824 views73__73

Bristol City on 14:47 - Dec 29 by builthjack

I guess the £90 million or so that the club have received in parachute payments these last 3 years, and the selling of every player worth a few quid, has helped us tremendously.
[Post edited 30 Dec 2021 11:45]


The frightening thing is, you actually believe that nonsense you wrote

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Bristol City on 21:05 - Dec 29 with 822 views73__73

Bristol City on 14:55 - Dec 29 by ReslovenSwan1

The transition from a £160m turnover club to a £20m turnover club has gone well with no residual debt and Covid to deal with. In fact it has been close to textbook use of the parachutes.

I realise giving the US owners credit does not go down well on "committee old boy" forums like this but I will say it anyway.


The Americans are doing a good job.

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Bristol City on 21:08 - Dec 29 with 816 viewsbuilthjack

Bristol City on 21:04 - Dec 29 by 73__73

The frightening thing is, you actually believe that nonsense you wrote


Are you saying that the £90million parachutes, and the sale of players isn't true? Really?
Heavens above.

Swansea Indepenent Poster Of The Year 2021. Dr P was 2nd, but he is deluded and thinks in his little twisted brain that he won. Poor sod.

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Bristol City on 21:13 - Dec 29 with 807 views73__73

Bristol City on 21:08 - Dec 29 by builthjack

Are you saying that the £90million parachutes, and the sale of players isn't true? Really?
Heavens above.


You obviously don’t understand how the parachute payments work.
They cannot go to the owners.

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Bristol City on 21:28 - Dec 29 with 789 viewsbuilthjack

Bristol City on 21:13 - Dec 29 by 73__73

You obviously don’t understand how the parachute payments work.
They cannot go to the owners.


Indeed. Keep off the wacky D.

Swansea Indepenent Poster Of The Year 2021. Dr P was 2nd, but he is deluded and thinks in his little twisted brain that he won. Poor sod.

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Bristol City on 22:26 - Dec 29 with 760 viewsraynor94

Bristol City on 21:05 - Dec 29 by 73__73

The Americans are doing a good job.


Hard to argue with that statement

You give it out, you take it back it`s all part of the game

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Bristol City on 22:50 - Dec 29 with 746 viewsEagleEye

Bristol City on 21:05 - Dec 29 by 73__73

The Americans are doing a good job.


The frightening thing is, you actually believe that nonsense you wrote
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Bristol City on 09:07 - Dec 30 with 657 viewsjasper_T

Bristol City on 10:56 - Dec 29 by Flynnidine_Zidownes

It worked for Leicester.


Bournemouth got a £5m slap on the wrist for it while enjoying their PL windfall. Newcastle lost £91m when they bought a whole new team to go back up. Mike Ashley got his money back eventually.
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Bristol City on 09:24 - Dec 30 with 646 viewsKGriz16

...and people on here have the nerve to complain about how the Americans and co run this club.
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Bristol City on 11:20 - Dec 30 with 596 viewsKeithHaynes

Bristol City on 09:24 - Dec 30 by KGriz16

...and people on here have the nerve to complain about how the Americans and co run this club.


100% agree.

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Bristol City on 11:23 - Dec 30 with 595 viewsCatullus

Bristol City on 21:28 - Dec 29 by builthjack

Indeed. Keep off the wacky D.


Do you really think the Americans have taken 90 million pounds out of us?

Just my opinion, but WTF do I know anyway?
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