The training ground site has next to no value. The previous owners have a charge on it should it be granted planning permission for housing. Essentially it is worth the value of an unprofitable golf club in the middle of nowhere.
Maybe if we get promoted back to the PL we will see it...
Government spin Rob.
it is actually a 2.5% rise in National Insurance contributions, 1.25% by employees and 1.25% by employers. And social care won’t be seeing much, if any, of the money for three years.
Surely the key point is that we now have a strong 18 available for each match.
So far this season, we have had a reasonably strong starting line up, except perhaps for Birmingham away when Davis had to play so far out of position. The issue has been the lack of options on the bench.