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Keep dreaming 4:49 Sun Feb 4
2017 finances

Later this month West Ham United will publish its financial accounts to companies house for the financial year ending 31st May 2017.

The company accounts which will be published on 28th February will show a record-breaking turnover year and also record-breaking profits from the first full season in the London Stadium

Anyone surprised?

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brundal 9:44 Sun Feb 4
Re: 2017 finances
Interesting read about Sullivan


LeroysBoots 9:39 Sun Feb 4
Re: 2017 finances
I read somewhere that we had to pay off £30 million debt..yet we re still l£100 million in debt...do they literally make things up ?

Also, surely to christ a billionaire "fan" would pay off from his own money a £30 million pound external debt....which he would get back when they sold the club ?.

He's already earning from our remaining debt, hell he became a billionaire whilst owning West Ham

Crassus 9:11 Sun Feb 4
Re: 2017 finances
As I have said before, thses filings are not at all representative of current finances
We have a year to wait until the full stadium revenue/cost reduction hit the public domain
Plus the summer and now winter clear out and associated liability mitigation
Being done for a reason

Romfordboy 8:55 Sun Feb 4
Re: 2017 finances
The football money league has us as 183m but that is same match day revenue as the year before at 28m!!

I would be surprised if it wasn't 200m

rumford 5:27 Sun Feb 4
Re: 2017 finances
The devil is in the detail so lets wait and see.

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