|Subject: Re: Argyle made a loss of close to £1.5 million in 2018/19 Sat Oct 05, 2019 10:11 am|| |
- harvetheslayer wrote:
Obviously Nool or one of his 136 Multis....
Deliar though has clearly taken a back seat and is more emollient across the board (yeah I nicked that word off Sky lol)
Cmon Ian desert the dying farm and join Argyles premier independant forum......again
LOL. De-Larf is very quiet these days isn't he! There's absolutely no chance he'll come to the dark side AGAIN - not with his real name anyway. He's still having 'sleepless nights' from the last time on here re Greenman etc.
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|Subject: Re: Argyle made a loss of close to £1.5 million in 2018/19 Sat Oct 05, 2019 10:23 am|| |
The Brent c nesbit photo shop was spot on in the end then
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|Subject: Re: Argyle made a loss of close to £1.5 million in 2018/19 Sat Oct 05, 2019 11:20 am|| |
- Graham Clark wrote:
- Grovehill wrote:
Pie in the sky figures, I think. They expecting to host the Tory party Conference every year? To make even a quarter of that you would need 2 events/week with 100 attendees (that assumes a margin of £25/head) Plymouth and the wider region cant support that number of large events. I would like to see the Club (or anyone else) provide some evidence of what sort of profit similar ventures make Anyone know what Exeter Chiefs non matchday income is?
- Czarcasm wrote:
- Hugh Watt wrote:
- Grovehill wrote:
- From Brent to Hallett to this statement, the future seems to depend on profits from the redeveloped stand. Has anyone got any idea what this figure might be? has the Club ever made a prediction, or is there info on the profits made by other football clubs (or Exeter Chiefs) from similar ventures?
Speccy claimed between £1 & 2 million a year for what thats worth.
Seem to recall £1m being bandied about. Pie in the sky figure. That equates to just short of £20,000 a week. The club would have to go some to pull that sort of money in week in, week out.
According to their 2018 accounts - £1.75m
So that will include Sponsorship TV advertising etc. Doesnt look like their Hospitality can be much more that, what half a million? With profit a quarter of that? Unless Argyle have some previously unknown USP there aint going to be a six figure profit to pump into the football team.
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|Subject: Re: Argyle made a loss of close to £1.5 million in 2018/19 Sat Oct 05, 2019 11:39 am|| |
- akagreengull wrote:
- Sorry but it does P--- me off to hear people slate James Brent, people have very short memories, let me remind you of this very simple fact, if it wasn't for James Brent you wouldn't have the luxury of that opinion, NOBODY ELSE WAS COMING TO SAVE OUR CLUB.
Love or hate him, your choice, but you are still able to watch Argyle on a Saturday because he came in at the 12th hour and did what he had to do, let me also remind you that this was a guy that had no interest in football what so ever and grew to love and support the club.
He made it clear from the start that once it was in a more stable position he would step aside, he is a man of his word, we are in a great position because of him, you would do well to remember that.
Look at Bury, that could well of been us.
Comment in the Erald to day!
The eternally grateful still luv him.
Did Jimmy's top fan come from Illogan, by any chance?
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