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How long can… by Economic Depression Seadog

Posted: 28/6/2020 at 15:09:07, 289 views.

Clubs at our level continue to survive given the forecasts of worst economic depression for over three hundred years?

I mean, the unemployment rate is expected to soar into the high teens so fewer folk will have money to give to clubs like Boro. Also, if fans aren’t allowed in football grounds - potentially for a few years - sponsors are going to back out as it won’t be worth their while (will many of our sponsors even survive?) We won’t have any gate money or bar/fast food revenue either.

Is it possible we could just sign up unpaid local amateurs and ride out the economic depression by live streaming all our games?

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