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On 2/11/2019 at 11:18 AM, The Woolster said:

In his first full season it was £39m


On 2/11/2019 at 11:22 AM, lifetime fan said:


And the rest? 


On 2/11/2019 at 11:57 AM, The Woolster said:


What rest? That is what is publicly available. Although financial results have been reported for 2017/18, the accounts aren't available yet.


If you mean his first transfer window, when we bought in Grujic (and Grabara) and sold no one. Firstly He was only a couple of months in charge and wanted to take stock of what he had. Secondly the way transfers work is that we would have been contracted to pay fees in that window, and there is no way to know how much we 'spent' in that window because we only get the full year's accounts.


For the full year 2015/16 we spent £38m, the year before £59m, the year before £53m, the year before £44m, and the year before that, FSG's first full season, it was £14m. That averages as as £41m per year.


So, we have 2 'facts' in your post. One of them is demonstrably wrong, so why should we believe the other one?



And with the 2018 Annual Report now available, I can see that we spent £49m in 2017/18

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