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oldngold (IP Logged)
19 April, 2018 08:34
Wolves are in a potentially enormously strong position going into the Premier League just now.

According to the last set of rules for the Premier League. We can increase our salary bill to 67 Million immediately. We are clearly starting from a relatively low base.

Also this explains why newly promoted clubs in the last 2 seasons have got lots of bang for their buck as opposed to more esatblished teams like Everton and Newcaslte, as they are starting from low wage levels they can increase quickly.

Also what is interesting is how City have used the overall commercial income from the Emirates state owned companies. I assume this is not just footballing activities. Hence, if Fosun can do the same approach then Fosun could provide the kind of investment similar to Emirates.

Fosun are a corporation with massive financial resources. Wolves have an exciting young team.

Let's see how the top 6 review the Wolves / Mendes link.

If this becomes a big story through the summer, with the top 6 looking to disrupt Wolves during the summer transfer window, that will be a strong indication that they fear Fosun and Mendes and the impact they can have on the existing power structure in the PL.

 
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Julius Cesar Wolf (IP Logged)
19 April, 2018 15:34
Interesting.
So I take it 67 mill is the floor regarding wages in the Prem then?
If so,there is no competitive edge there for us since I recon many(all?)PL clubs is allready paying 67 mill or even more.

We do have to massively enchance our income one way or the other in order to take full advantage of Fosuns big coffins.

Is this the right way to look upon it?

 
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chicagowolf (IP Logged)
19 April, 2018 17:20
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oldngold
Wolves are in a potentially enormously strong position going into the Premier League just now.
According to the last set of rules for the Premier League. We can increase our salary bill to 67 Million immediately. We are clearly starting from a relatively low base.

Also this explains why newly promoted clubs in the last 2 seasons have got lots of bang for their buck as opposed to more esatblished teams like Everton and Newcaslte, as they are starting from low wage levels they can increase quickly.

Er, weren't Newcastle newly promoted?

 
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oldngold (IP Logged)
19 April, 2018 18:07
Yes this goes back to 2016 just before the new Sky deal. And was one of the reasons Newcastle and Villa were struggling to compete with newly promoted teams


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