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PostSubject: This Championship wage bill ranking should be used to set expectations before we even kick a ball.   This Championship wage bill  ranking should be used to set expectations before we even kick a ball. EmptyMon Jul 31, 2023 8:06 am

This Championship wage bill  ranking should be used to set expectations before we even kick a ball. What a range.

1. Leicester City (£62,634,000)
2. Southampton (£52,146,000)
3. Leeds United (£42,971,000)
4. West Bromwich Albion (£20,308,000)
5. Watford (£18,640,000)
6. Norwich City (£17,670,000)
7. Cardiff City (£13,306,000)
8. Bristol City (£11,708,000)
9. Middlesbrough (£11,130,000)
10. Hull City (£10,466,400)
11. Sheffield Wednesday (£9,696,000)
12. Huddersfield Town (£9,418,000)
13. Swansea City (£9,100,000)
14. Birmingham City (£8,838,000)
15. Preston North End (£8,636,000)
16. Ipswich Town (£8,262,000)
17. Stoke City (£7,848,000)
18. Sunderland (£7,076,000)
19. Blackburn Rovers (£6,619,000)
20. Millwall (£6,714,000)
21. Queens Park Rangers (£6,560,000)
22. Rotherham United (£5,008,800)
23. Coventry City (£4,084,000)
24. Plymouth Argyle (£2,266,000)


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cheers jocolor geek raised eyebrow lol
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PostSubject: Re: This Championship wage bill ranking should be used to set expectations before we even kick a ball.   This Championship wage bill  ranking should be used to set expectations before we even kick a ball. EmptyMon Jul 31, 2023 8:32 am

That's wage budgets for this season (allegedly) not spending.
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I changed it to wage bill, how much are Leicester City players on to spend £62,634,000 on wages. It must be buying and paying off players and agents not just wages.
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PostSubject: Re: This Championship wage bill ranking should be used to set expectations before we even kick a ball.   This Championship wage bill  ranking should be used to set expectations before we even kick a ball. EmptyMon Jul 31, 2023 9:00 am

Can't be that accurate imo, even based on a first team squad of 24 that would make our average wage per player below 100k per year, it's probably treble that even for lil ol argo as a championship outfit, some of the senior players plus the likes of morgan and bali must be on at least 8k per week and the younger fringe players like earley, waine etc probably in the 4k bracket.
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So Argyle had a budget of £3-4M in league 1,then decrease it on promotion to the championship? Surprised Fairly sure that Schuey or Simon Hallett said the figure was going to be £12-14 M this season so those figures quoted would need to be taken with a large pinch of salt, probably a whole jumbo size cruet in fact.
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Find those numbers very hard to believe.
Hearts playing staff spend was nearly £8m (all playing staff/teams) and nobody at Hearts is on £5k per week including Craig Gordon (Scotland No1 keeper).

Is the list the transfer spend to date this window?
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PostSubject: Re: This Championship wage bill ranking should be used to set expectations before we even kick a ball.   This Championship wage bill  ranking should be used to set expectations before we even kick a ball. EmptyMon Jul 31, 2023 5:36 pm

leicesters wage bill still monstrously high even after they off loaded most of their top earners :O they best go straight back up this season otherwise they could be in serious trouble.

im sure our wage bill will increase over time once we grow as a championship club.
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PostSubject: Re: This Championship wage bill ranking should be used to set expectations before we even kick a ball.   This Championship wage bill  ranking should be used to set expectations before we even kick a ball. EmptyMon Jul 31, 2023 7:22 pm

2021-22 Argyle posted £11m revenues
From what I can glean from the Internet Championship clubs get £7m-£8m from TV so it’s looking around £17m - £18m revenues for this year + increases in ST & Matchday revenues, Sponsorship deals and other club commercial activities eg Hospitality, Shop.
So there are Wee bit to play with but not much.
Hearts played Leeds yesterday (1-0 Leeds) and the gulf in class/players was very evident. 88 minutes in the art of defending for Hearts which is maybe no bad thing preparing for a new season.
It’s going to be a tough season for Argyle against those types of clubs.
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The average weekly wage of a Preston North End player is estimated to be £5,931, with goalkeeper Freddie Woodman and defenders Greg Cunningham and Calvin Ramsey being the highest earners at £15,000 per week.
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Couldn’t give a flying one to all that “ Good management, coaching, leadership, teamwork and motivation which I believe the club have in abundance is also a tremendous asset.
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Graiser wrote:
Couldn’t give a flying one to all that “ Good management, coaching, leadership, teamwork and motivation  which I believe the club have in abundance is also a tremendous asset.
it can be yes ..but you still have to get right players in at good standard as well to make it work gaffer
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RegGreen wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Couldn’t give a flying one to all that “ Good management, coaching, leadership, teamwork and motivation  which I believe the club have in abundance is also a tremendous asset.
it can be yes ..but you still have to get right players in at good standard as well to make it work gaffer

That’s right and I think we’re gradually getting there.
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