Citizen clubs making profits

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Re: Citizen clubs making profits

Postby eujin » Fri Mar 10, 2017 7:25 pm

SteveW wrote:Of course not. There's money to be made. Trump will build them once he is finished with his wall.

My entire model of Korea and Koreans and the world would need to be revised if you turn out to be wrong.

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Re: Citizen clubs making profits

Postby kingkenny7 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 8:19 pm

If you change the title as "Unicorns on K-League field", it has no much difference.
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Re: Citizen clubs making profits

Postby Holyjoe » Fri Apr 21, 2017 6:36 am

Seongnam are fucked on the pitch and are about to get even more fucked off it.. seemingly Seongnam city government officials have passed a bill to cut the funding they provide to the club by 30억원 - Seongnam's total operating budget for 2017 was initially slated to be 73억원 but that hasn't yet been officially ratified and given the poor performance so far this year it seems some town council types don't feel they should be throwing good money after bad and want club officials to look at sourcing funding from external sources rather than from the city budget.

Rewind to page 2 of this thread and you can see that back in 2007 Seongnam (Ilhwa)'s operating budget was 275억원...


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