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Super League club given huge financial boost

Salford Red Devils have made £182,000 through their newest scheme.

The Red Devils have got a lot of “traction” from fans as they offered them a chance to own the club in a bid to become the first Super League club to become community owned.

This is a huge financial boost for the Red Devils.

Now Paul King, the club’s Managing Director has underlined just how important this is for the club on BBC Radio Manchester.

He said: “We’ve got a bit of traction with it. As alluded to before, we took a bit of criticism last week, but I think I’ll just urge people to read the business plan and specifically to come along on Tuesday and listen to us as we talk through it.”

He has also said the club has no secrets about their financial position as they move forward:

“We’re going to talk through the way we are now in terms of our financial position. There’s no secrets. We’re really open and honest about where we’re at and this is a different model, I get it. Sometimes people rally against to change, don’t they? They don’t like different things happening.”

Interesting the club have rejected Tyler Dupree’s transfer request.

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  1. Marwan

    May 24, 2023 at 4:22 am

    Fuckinhell it’s not that much money!!! Many 2 bit soccer clubs get this kind of money per year!!!

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