club have made severe cost-cutting measures over the last eighteen
months and these appear to have had some reward. The Club actually
made an operating profit of £75,000, helped by success in
cup competitions. However the interest charged on the £4.5
million overdraft with Barclays Bank pushed the year's figures into
the red, with the Club's total loss finishing at £177,000.
However this compares favourably with the loss the previous year
of £1.18 million.
long-term survival plan involves building a new ground on land in
Lionel Road, near Kew Bridge Station. However planning and ownership
issues mean that this is still some years away, and the club have
announced plans to alter Griffin Park in order to bring in more
revenue on match-days.
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