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Will Sunderland Be Promoted from LEAGUE ONE? 0 = No chance 10 = Definitely  

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  1. 1. Will Sunderland Be Promoted from LEAGUE ONE? 0 = No chance 10 = Definitely

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5 hours ago, Optimistic Nut said:

They've bid £2m for that Sanderson from Wolves that they had on loan. 

Aside from Peterborough, who spent £2.2m after receiving £5m in player sales last season - that transfer alone would outspend the other 22 teams in the league combined.

A weird signing. I’m assuming there are better options than some expensive kid from a PL club - could they not just have loaned him again too?

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26 minutes ago, Fantail Breeze said:

Outspent the Mags this summer marra.

How happy would they be if it happened.

(If Ashley is still here it possibly could) 

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They follow SCMP "Salary Cost Management Protocol" which is 60% of their turnover to be spent on player-based expenditure (excluding those under 21 or those on contracts longer than 3 years post-relegation). Sunderland's accounts as of 19/20 that end July 2020 have turnover at £29.2m which is a fall of about half from their £58.7m turnover the year before. So 60% of 29.2 million gets you £17.52m that can be spent on wages which has fallen from the £35.22m it was before. A lot of cutting needed at Sunderland this summer basically! The owner if he wants can use equity or 'donations' to help fund the club too but that must all be up front. Any donations count as turnover too, so you can get around things provided you're wealthy enough, but you can't in the Championship because SCMP doesn't exist there. https://www.twtd.co.uk/forum/508199/league-1-scmp/

 

 

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2 hours ago, nbthree3 said:

They follow SCMP "Salary Cost Management Protocol" which is 60% of their turnover to be spent on player-based expenditure (excluding those under 21 or those on contracts longer than 3 years post-relegation). Sunderland's accounts as of 19/20 that end July 2020 have turnover at £29.2m which is a fall of about half from their £58.7m turnover the year before. So 60% of 29.2 million gets you £17.52m that can be spent on wages which has fallen from the £35.22m it was before. A lot of cutting needed at Sunderland this summer basically! The owner if he wants can use equity or 'donations' to help fund the club too but that must all be up front. Any donations count as turnover too, so you can get around things provided you're wealthy enough, but you can't in the Championship because SCMP doesn't exist there. https://www.twtd.co.uk/forum/508199/league-1-scmp/

Shame. 

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11 hours ago, nbthree3 said:

They follow SCMP "Salary Cost Management Protocol" which is 60% of their turnover to be spent on player-based expenditure (excluding those under 21 or those on contracts longer than 3 years post-relegation). Sunderland's accounts as of 19/20 that end July 2020 have turnover at £29.2m which is a fall of about half from their £58.7m turnover the year before. So 60% of 29.2 million gets you £17.52m that can be spent on wages which has fallen from the £35.22m it was before. A lot of cutting needed at Sunderland this summer basically! The owner if he wants can use equity or 'donations' to help fund the club too but that must all be up front. Any donations count as turnover too, so you can get around things provided you're wealthy enough, but you can't in the Championship because SCMP doesn't exist there. https://www.twtd.co.uk/forum/508199/league-1-scmp/


Cheers mate , still a fair chunk for struggling division 3 club like Sunderland.

Makes you wonder why they don’t piss the league. :hello:

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On 07/06/2021 at 10:50, deejeck said:

Seventh comment is someone making reference to wanking his own father, and nineteen people have liked it.

"I've seen the big-eared boys at The Bridges".

 

On 07/06/2021 at 11:02, Dancing Brave said:

I seen that it's unbelievable, weirdos the lot of them.

 

 

On 07/06/2021 at 11:10, 54 said:

No comment.

 

 

:cheesy:

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6 minutes ago, CalmintheChaos said:

Imagine constantly losing your first team players to Boro ffs [emoji38]

I can hear the Denver Fewm from here.

 

No doubt once he leaves he was shit anyway and they didn't need him. 

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5 minutes ago, Dokko said:

I can hear the Denver Fewm from here.

 

No doubt once he leaves he was shit anyway and they didn't need him. 

[emoji38] what a mess they have gotten themselves into pining over some league 1 clogger like O’Nien ffs

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2 minutes ago, Scoot said:

Most of them still think that next season, they're going up automatically.

 

what%E2%80%99s-your-genuine-expectations


They have the last four seasons since their relegation from the Premier League also and that has went well

 

 

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4 minutes ago, et tu brute said:


They have the last four seasons since their relegation from the Premier League also and that has went well

 

Post number 37 from that thread I linked sums these small time wasters up perfectly.

 

"Got to get out of it this season. Really hope recruitment brings in hungry strong players who have the Cattermole will to win and like playing under a roaring gerrin to em crowd"

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