Just days to go before the start of the football season and the UK’s national sport is still in financial turmoil. With football clubs crippled by rising player wages, finance directors of many clubs remain dependent on increasing their bank facility to survive. The second annual Accountancy Age/PKF football finance survey reveals the true state of the beautiful game.
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