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Teedy Kay last won the day on May 29 2017

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  1. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    Hummels, although it took him a while to settle in.
  2. Blimey! They're still alive

    Connolly always says he's thankful of being relatively in good health considering the level of carcinogens he was exposed to working at the docks. Never heard anything other than Billy likes a drink, buy he was going on the lash with the likes of Parkinson.
  3. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    Well Sanchez is definitely not going to City, they've officially pulled out of the race to sign him. EDIT: Oh and for any Stoke fans, prepare to be constantly reminded of how Lambert has a Champions League medal, how he has honed his coaching in Germany mainly with Dortmund even though Klopp doesn't remember seeing him there, rejoice at the signing of bang average British players that'll struggle to get you up if you go down and look forward to a bit of joy with his uncanny ability to get reults against Liverpool but that won't be till April for you. Awful appointment in my opinion.
  4. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    Will it be £30 million if Mkhitaryan is going the other direction? Or will his value be deducted?
  5. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    Odds mean nothing though really. It's just an indicator on where people are putting their money on transfers they believe may happen.
  6. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    Milan's other problem is that they didn't buy their players with their own money, they took out huge loans with large amounts of interest to fund the club. Milan are in a mess they may not be able to get out of. PSG's business model is strange too, but bt selling players like Moura and or Di Maria this season for decent amounts, they'll cover their yearly outlay for the big buys. This model will only work if they buy cheap up and comers that blossom and can produce profits that could help with the annual costs of the big signings. Or they sell a big money player two years on and make considerable profits due to amortisation to fund big again.
  7. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    Best video I can find to explain amortisation and how it gets around FFP. Rick, you are right though, it makes a mockery of it all. But as previously mentioned (Arsenal and their coffers meaning sod all) the value of a club now, is better tied up in players that will carry a strong market value, but they need to be on long contracts. With regards to Wolves and an additional outlay of 35 million for another player. Our books over the last three years would still EASILY comply with FFP, we would still barely be touching the allowed losses at Championship level of £39 million over the three year period. Amortisation is the best way round FFP. We are not far from players putting pen to paper on contracts over ten year periods to aid with the burden of FFP for the wealthier of clubs out there. I knew sod all about FFP until Fosun took charge of us, and my mind was blown by the totals of cash being suggested or flung around, but when you actually dig into it, FFP rules do allow for clubs to spend big.
  8. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    Where have Wolves done that though? We signed Neves for £15 million in a 5 year deal. This year we only have to declare £3 million spent on him plus wages. Selling Dicko to you covered this years financial burden of Neves and 500ks worth of his wages. Belting bit of business.
  9. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    Wolves are nowhere near breaking FFP rules. Neves for example is costing Wolves less this financial year than Villa are paying out for John Terry. Shrewd loan signings on top and the occassional player for less than £2 million is good business. It also helps we managed to sell a wee bit of dross on top, £3.5 mil for Dicko for example.
  10. What have you been watching on (proper scripted) telly?

    It truly was a wonderful bit of telly that.
  11. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    The other key to this is player amortisation. Sign them for big money but on a long contract. The value of the player spread across the length of the contract. In theory owning the right to his contract of employment. Say you buy a player for 100 million but sign him to a 5 year deal. The accounts show 20 million (plus wages) every year. If you sell him at the end of year 4, that further 20 million is scrapped from the accounts, BUT the fee paid goes into your accounts. So the player we bought, if sold at the end of year 4 for 85 million. The books show a profit of 5 million.
  12. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    You truly are an obscenely dumb cunt of the order of high.
  13. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    £35 - £45 million on a player is risky indeed at this level. But other than this rumour none of our other business has been risky at all.
  14. General Adnan's Football 17/18

    You can sod off with that thought process, if Chelsea and Citeh can buy success for the last however many years, us lowly shitehawk second tier teams want a piece of the action too! In all honesty it's ridiculous.
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