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Niblets 11:09 Tue Jan 28
Accounts released for year ending 2019
https://www.whufc.com/sites/default/files/inline-files/WHH%20Ltd%201819%20signed%20accounts%5B2%5D.pdf

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Takashi Miike 4:37 Wed Jan 29
Re: Accounts released for year ending 2019
latest video from CANNING TOWN LEN

"West Ham Make Annual Financial Loss - The Fab Three"


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cXq5cJWmKtc

joyo 2:59 Wed Jan 29
Re: Accounts released for year ending 2019
I've always said its not lack of investment (8th highest wage bill, 18th worldwide income) but total and 100% MISMANAGEMENT, club is run like circus/Market stall and how the fuck does the Fat Brady justify her salary?

stewie griffin 2:35 Wed Jan 29
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tbf, that doesn't mean the numbers are made to look worse, it just serves to highlight their staggering incompetence, and total lack of direction or plan.

dealcanvey 2:32 Wed Jan 29
Re: Accounts released for year ending 2019
These numbers are made to look much worse.

These accounts include when we had high earners like

Hernandez 140k a week
Arnie 100 plus a week
Perez, Nasri, carroll etc.

Them players alone probably amounted to 20-25 million in wages. Hernandez 7.5 million on his own!

Once Reid, Sanchez and hopefully Wilshere are finally off I am sure next years figures will look alot better IF (which is a big if) we stay up.

Will we learn from our mistakes? Probably not.

BRANDED 1:29 Wed Jan 29
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Management would be a fair cost.

Takashi Miike 1:21 Wed Jan 29
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this is the interview football finance bloke, Kieran Maguire did with hammers chat in june last year. he covers most things and said we were in a solid position financially. he's done another interview covering this week's published accounts, and it will be on kumb later today


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=h1n4Xzbnhog

Westside 12:52 Wed Jan 29
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Those numbers seem a bit off for salaries. For 2019 and 2018 our TOTAL wage bill (all staff, excluding pensions and social security) was £119 and £94 million respectively.

Double the figure in the list nearly. Can't imagine non playing staff earn that much combined.

geoffpikey 9:56 Wed Jan 29
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That's what I thought, Rossal. Still, doesn't specify if this is players' wages only. I don't know: Sportrac does seem to have a decent rep, though. Just pointing out estimates available.

stewie griffin 9:44 Wed Jan 29
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You really do have to laugh at the levels of incompetence involved here. Quite special

Rossal 9:41 Wed Jan 29
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Struggle to see Palace and Everton that high...

who they paying that much?!?! and how can they sustain that and we cant??....

geoffpikey 12:42 Wed Jan 29
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@ New Jersey: according to Spotrac.com, TOTAL club salaries are estimated at:

1 Manchester City F.C. £145,771,000
2 Manchester United F.C. £141,435,000
3 Liverpool F.C. £113,256,000
4 Chelsea F.C. £104,185,000
5 Arsenal F.C. £99,406,273
6 Tottenham Hotspur F.C. £89,258,000
7 Everton F.C. £81,452,000
8 Crystal Palace £71,942,000
9 Leicester City £69,500,000
10 West Ham United F.C. £57,460,000
11 Southampton F.C. £50,076,000
12 Watford £44,096,000
13 Burnley F.C. £37,024,000
14 AFC Bournemouth £36,760,000
15 Newcastle United F.C. £35,985,000
16 Brighton & Hove Albion £31,850,666
17 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. £30,797,000
18 Norwich City F.C. £13,582,000
19 Sheffield United F.C. £13,520,000

We're down from £85m 2018-2019 (5th highest). Don't shoot messenger. (And don't know why Villa are not listed in these estimates.)

Johnson 11:38 Tue Jan 28
Re: Accounts released for year ending 2019
They’re worse than Brown, they’re worse than Mike Ashley.

cartis 11:34 Tue Jan 28
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West Ham have posted financial losses of £28.2m, although Sullivan and Gold were paid a combined £2.9m in interest in August 2019 on their loans to the club. A further £1m was paid to GGI international, a company related to Gold, in respect of a partial repayment of loan capital. The highest-paid director at the club was the vice-chairman
Karren Brady, whose salary increased from £898,000 to £1.136m.


Sullivan attempted to justify West Ham’s losses by saying: "The board made a decision at the beginning of 2018 to embark on an investment programme that would involve bringing in a world class manager, investing in better players and making
significant investment in the club's infrastructure.

Just reading through the above is truly sickening,
It's hard really to come up with words to describe these three cunts any more.

They are just pure poison the fucking three of them

I never thought Brown could be trumped , in my opinion they make him look like a fucking saint.

Texas Iron 11:13 Tue Jan 28
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Matt Law was very king to SGB...could have been much worse stuff included to show their poor stewardship over the 10 years...

A history of ongoing poor transfers on the pitch...and little long term strategies and plans... poor infrastructure and almost no return from the famed Academy...

Texas Iron 10:08 Tue Jan 28
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Got very lucky with the OS deal...
Lied to fans re the OS experience...
Will always be a Soul-less Bowl...
...with very poor viewing for many of the 60,000...

Texas Iron 10:05 Tue Jan 28
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Owners SGB...
Talk BIG...
Act CHEAP...
Will always think and act SHORT TERM...
Their transfers show this...

BRANDED 8:18 Tue Jan 28
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How many other British working class lads own smut businesses and an iconic footy club in one of the top cities on Earth? They are worth millions and millions and have complete control of their empire. Even if West Ham went bad they’d not be losers they’d be massive winners.
Even Sugar couldn’t do that.

BRANDED 8:13 Tue Jan 28
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Maybe they both love S&M and sexy talk too?

Mike Oxsaw 8:08 Tue Jan 28
Re: Accounts released for year ending 2019
West Ham are just one strand/flavour of Brand Premier League.

Or to put it another way, Premier League football is the money spinner here, not West Ham. If the flavour of West Ham is not strong enough, the Premier League will drop it from it's menu and replace it with another flavour; as it has done since it's inception.

It then beggars belief that the owners of West Ham - or ANY of Brand Premier League product would adopt a strategy that puts at risk that flavour's place on the PL menu; but that is exactly the strategy that the club's owners have followed.

That indicates, to me, at least, that it's not West Ham's future, or even survival, that is behind any of their thinking - if it was, they would never have allowed (even encouraged) the club to end up where it currently is.

And the speed at which our old home was disposed of then obliterated suggests that maybe the personal memories of at least one of the owners of the place are not as happy as we've been led to believe and he couldn't wait for "pay-back".

BRANDED 8:03 Tue Jan 28
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It’s completely normal to pay a fee for someone to bring investment capital into a business. Everyday normal behaviour.

Noah 8:01 Tue Jan 28
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Yeah, the hoary old “consultancy fees” chestnut.

Chinny reckon!

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