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Leeds turnover £27m during League One season

Leeds United Football Club has announced a profit of just over £2m along with a turnover of £27.4m covering its season in npower League One.

The Whites’ gate receipts increased by 30.8% up to £11.7m whilst merchandise rose by 12% to £5.5m for the year ending June 2010. £7.7m was spent on players and management as the club invested in promotion back to the Championship.

The club made an operating loss before player trading of £670,000 with the sale of Fabian Delph to Aston Villa for an initial £6.25m helping the club to post a profit.

The accounts represent an improvement for United who posted a small profit of £15,000 the previous year.

 

Scott Hobro

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