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AGM Nov 2010 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alex Barclay   
Tuesday, 30 November 2010 10:00

Due to a last minute problem I could not attend the EFFC AGM and it was too late to get a stand in. I have summarised some of the figures and added notes which partly explain the figures. If you have any other questions please email me and I will pass them onto the club. I am not sure as to the level of detail which will be made available.

TURNOVER 
Down from £557K to £361K (-£190K)
Significant falls in league gates, cup revenue,hospitality,sponsorship

COST of SALES
Down from £407K to £309K (-£100K)
Run down of stock,hospitality costs,no players wages over close season

ADMIN COSTS
Down from £252K to £194K (-£60K)
No directors expense claims,away travel and meal costs.

OPERATING LOSS
Increased from £81K to £125K

CASH AT BANK
Reduced from £99K to £46K

CREDITORS
Increased from £48K to £72K

Regards,

Allan

 
New Stadium PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alex Barclay   
Tuesday, 30 November 2010 10:00

There has not been much movement on the stadium development other than an informal enquiry about planning matters with Fife Council. This confirmed that there would have to be some sort of change in the current local plan for the development to get permission.

The club in fact does not have any official role to play as the application, when it is made, will be by Muir Ltd. Once notification has been made it is hoped supporters will do their best to persuade the authorities to allow the development. To help that process full briefing meetings will be held with fans and other interested parties with the timing of these to be decided by Muir's advisors.

It was suggested that it could be well into 2011 before any decision would be made by the Council.

If members have any specific questions please send them to me or Eugene but as you will have read above this is and will continue to be a very slow process.

Regards,

Allan

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 November 2010 10:00
 
Supporters Direct Media Briefing, Friday 26 November 2010 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alex Barclay   
Friday, 26 November 2010 22:29

Here's your new weekly media briefing, courtesy of Supporters Direct. You'll find a selection of news stories, opinion articles and blog posts discussing some of the issues which have made headlines in the last seven days which we think should interest people on Trust Boards.

We want it to be as useful as possible to you and your Trust, so feel free to forward it onto your colleagues on the Trust Board, send it to members, put it on your website, etc.

There will be four trial briefings over the next month, and we welcome any feedback on how useful and informative they are for you. If you don't want to receive any more, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with your name and email address.

Additionally, if you or your Trust are involved in any news-making events that we've haven't picked up on, please feel free to send them over for the next briefing.

Cheers,

Ben Shave (SD Intern)

England

Sir Dave Richards and the ailing fortunes of Sheffield Wednesday
The Guardian

Peter Ridsdale holds talks with struggling Plymouth Argyle
The Guardian

Sheffield United Group announces restructuring
SUFC.co.uk

AFC Telford in profit for sixth year
Shropshire Star

Millwall reveal increased turnover in latest accounts
FC Business

Supporters Direct

Plymouth Argyle, Peter Ridsdale & Peter Reid: A Match Made… Well, Somewhere
Two Hundred Percent

Omid FC and 'SD United' join forces to support Mehdi Mirzae
Supporters Direct

Rotherham United & FC United of Manchester: Grounds For Celebration United
Two Hundred Percent

Comments & Blogs

Why Bolton Wanderers have so much debt
The Swiss Ramble

Held to Account
SW19's Army

You’re Gunner be skint
The Football Supporters' Federation

Seeking Asylum in Football
In Bed With Maradona

Scotland

Gers fans group want to be heard
The Press Association

Europe

Debt-ridden Feyenoord fear for the future
When Saturday Comes

FIFA under investigation by Swiss corruption officials
FC Business

Regional revolution for Germany's lower leagues
When Saturday Comes

Rugby League

Cash-strapped Crusaders hit by redundancies
BBC News

 
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