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Walsall Make Profit During 2012/13 Season


Financial experts Deloitte today revealed that Walsall FC made a 23,000 profit during the 2012/13 season - an increase of 10,000 from the season previous.

However our revenue was down 6%, from 5.05m down to 4.8m for the season.

It will be interesting to see figures for last season given Will Grigg and Jamie Paterson were both sold for nearly a combined fee of 2m based on several add ons.

Well done to Jeff Bonser and the club for another year of profit.




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Writer: Kev Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 5 2014

Time: 11:21AM

 

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