Think Cov ok financially just no ground.
I mean, essentially they aren't going to have any home games next season. Their 'home' support is going to be drastically reduced, they'll sell fewer season tickets which will mean less summer income to work with.
They won't be broke but it's going to have a big impact on their season. I think it could be a lower mid-table finish from what should be a playoff chasing club.
maybe the Football Association should investigate to define if those at the top of The EFL are fit and proper people to 'run' EFL affairs? ... not that they will do ... too much of an old boys club the lot of them IMOThe December takeover of Bury by Steve Dale was completed without being fully approved by the EFL under its regulations, the league has saidwww.theguardian.com
Even in a culture of greed and cronyism, surely the penny has to drop and those in charge at the EFL (or the FA?) have to start preventing takeovers by unsuitable owners. Even if this means the club concerned going bust, at least it puts down some kind of marker.
Interesting to read that the person who took over Bury has not even submitted requested paperwork for, never mind passed the fit and proper persons test. The EFL are a joke.
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