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With the football season about to kick-off, Accountancy Age has published its 2004 football finances survey, which reveals that most football clubs in England and Scotland expect to make a loss over the next year, showing a greater appreciation of the financial situation.

With the football season about to kick-off, Accountancy Age has published its 2004 football finances survey, which reveals that most football clubs in England and Scotland expect to make a loss over the next year, showing a greater appreciation of the financial situation.

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