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BSH annual report for the year ended 30 June 2017

Blues Trust
09:55, Tuesday 14 November 2017
Birmingham Sports Holdings Ltd (BSH), the parent company of Birmingham City FC, has published its Annual Report (and Accounts). Nearly all the business of BSH relates to BCFC and so this report is of interest to Blues Fans. At Blues Trust we have looked through it and provide a summary and comment h

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Re: BSH annual report for the year ended 30 June 2017

coventrybluenose replying to Blues Trust
10:06, Tuesday 14 November 2017
Revenues up but £18M loss up from £6M if I am reading it right? If so eeeeeeekkkkkkkkk
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Petebaldwin replying to coventrybluenose
10:12, Tuesday 14 November 2017
It's OK - this the period just before we sold Legzdins. Next years will be fine.

Anyway, enjoy it now. "Eeeeek time" will be in a year or two when the owners get bored of chucking money in a pit.
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666VAN replying to coventrybluenose
10:27, Tuesday 14 November 2017
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Revenues up but £18M loss up from £6M if I am reading it right? If so eeeeeeekkkkkkkkk

Yep, £18M loss last season, £6M loss the season before.

Small change compared to how this season’s going.

It’s only money. And let’s not forget the club’s line regarding sacking managers “It’s for the long term future of the club” thumbs up
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Re: BSH annual report for the year ended 30 June 2017

Rab C Nesbitt replying to coventrybluenose
10:39, Tuesday 14 November 2017
Tbf like Brexit it’s what the majority wanted.
Spend spend spend
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Re: BSH annual report for the year ended 30 June 2017

DES replying to 666VAN
10:40, Tuesday 14 November 2017
read yesterday that stokes revenue was £120+, thats the chasm developing between prem and championship.

They made about £4 mill profit, we lost £16 mill!

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A_n_E replying to Petebaldwin
10:42, Tuesday 14 November 2017
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Anyway, enjoy it now. "Eeeeek time" will be in a year or two when the owners get bored of chucking money in a pit.

dont worry there's still plenty of money that needs laundering spending
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The Bat replying to A_n_E
10:52, Tuesday 14 November 2017
Mare will go mental when he reads this
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Re: BSH annual report for the year ended 30 June 2017

Tony Hancock replying to Blues Trust
12:52, Tuesday 14 November 2017
Thank you for the article. If you're correct about the net worth of BSH being about GBP 30 million; with a market capital of about GBP 110.6 million, I strongly suggest anyone who owns some BSH stock, gets shot of it asap.
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