Ipswich recorded a £3m loss in 2019 despite £8m profit on player sales. Relegation, lower player sales and covid-19 will see a larger loss in 2020. : Championship

    Yeah L1 and L2 appears to be a bit of a bloodbath at the moment, no matter how well run they were financially prior to this.

    It’s been well documented how much more they rely on matchday takings, so here’s to hoping that we aren’t playing behind closed doors too long!

    But maybe even more importantly than this is what each club’s owners finances are like at the moment, with many taking big hits elsewhere, either through their businesses or in the stock market (although this has rallied a fair bit).

    Many will struggle if owner funding is toned back.

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