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    runcornfan1978runcornfan1978
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    Just seen this on the news this morning. I haven’t seen or heard his full comment, but he reckons that at least 50 – 60% of clubs could go bust. I suspect this would be most league 1 & 2 & a few championship clubs. It’s very worrying.

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    Zeb2Zeb2
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    It is indeed, but given half the clubs in the league spend most of their lives hanging on by their fingernails in normal times, then months without income with no return to normal in sight, then it’s difficult to imagine anything else.

    Really difficult to see how the 72 club EFL concept continues ( Bury already excepted!) when this is over.

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    The EggThe Egg
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    There are some clubs in this league that spend way way way above what they have in pursuit of the PL. Luckily, we’re not one of them so whilst we will suffer somewhat I’m confident we’ll still be around.

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    EdwardsEdwards
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    If we are still around, a lot will be thanks to our owners

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    donnys pageDonnys Page
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    There are some clubs in this league that spend way way way above what they have in pursuit of the PL. Luckily, we’re not one of them so whilst we will suffer somewhat I’m confident we’ll still be around.

    Including Leeds who have operated on huge losses over the last couple of seasons in their pursuit of buying promotion.

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