THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Via Two Hundred Percent

icon brokenball9 March ~ Queens Park Rangers released their annual accounts this week, revealing that they lost £65 million in the 2012-13 season when they were ultimately relegated from the Premier League. Players wages made up for 128 per cent of their entire turnover in that period, with the total debt standing at £177m as of last summer. While the majority of that is owed to people associated with the club, questions are still being asked about the long-term sustainability of the club as Financial Fair Play kicks in and their Championship promotion bid is been stumbling. Two Hundred Percent have looked at QPR's future.

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