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Fears grow in Headingley about the club’s financial viability

Fears are growing in Headingley about the club’s financial viability, with the loss of 50% of Yorkshire’s projected annual revenue and staff anxious about job losses following ECB sanctions and the departure of sponsors.

  • The ECB prevented Headingley from hosting international cricket next summer
  • As a result, the revenue streams have been depleted, with a sponsorship loss of around £ 3 million.
  • This is followed by an estimated £ 3.5 million from international ticket and hospitality sales.
  • Those figures combined represent more than 50 percent of Yorkshire’s income.
  • As a result, there is fear among staff that Headingley jobs will be cut.


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Fears are growing at Headingley on the club’s continued financial viability following ECB sanctions and the massive strike by sponsors and business partners.

Revenue streams have dried up overnight, with around £ 3 million in sponsorship lost and a threat of approximately £ 3.5 million from international tickets and hospitality sales via a suspension from hosting major matches until that the governing body deems it appropriate.

Those figures combined represent more than 50 percent of Yorkshire’s projected revenue for the year. Staff fear job loss.

Fears are growing in Headingley about the club's current financial viability following sanctions imposed by the ECB and the massive strike by sponsors and business partners.

Fears are growing in Headingley about the club’s current financial viability following sanctions imposed by the ECB and the massive strike by sponsors and business partners.

Former England cricket star Gary Ballance has admitted that he has called his former Yorkshire teammate and 'best friend' Azeem Rafiq a 'P ** i'

Former England cricket star Gary Ballance has admitted that he has called his former Yorkshire teammate and 'best friend' Azeem Rafiq a 'P ** i'

Rafiq claimed last year that he had been racially abused in two spells playing for Yorkshire.

Rafiq claimed last year that he had been racially abused in two spells playing for Yorkshire.

Rafiq claimed last year that he had been racially abused in two spells playing for Yorkshire.

Yorkshire is already resigned to being in the red until at least the end of this decade due to the weight of debt that is currently £ 18.6 million and threatens to return to its peak of £ 24.64 million from five years ago. .

They had just got things under control thanks to record earnings of £ 6.4 million in 2019 when Headingley provided the backdrop for Ben Stokes’ thriller Ashes.

As a result, the ECB prevented Headingley from hosting international cricket next summer.

As a result, the ECB prevented Headingley from hosting international cricket next summer.

As a result, the ECB prevented Headingley from hosting international cricket next summer.

Revenue streams have been depleted overnight, with around £ 3 million in sponsorship lost and a threat of approximately £ 3.5 million from international ticket and hospitality sales.

Revenue streams have been depleted overnight, with around £ 3 million in sponsorship lost and a threat of approximately £ 3.5 million from international ticket and hospitality sales.

Revenue streams have been depleted overnight, with around £ 3 million in sponsorship lost and a threat of approximately £ 3.5 million from international ticket and hospitality sales.

And the payment plan, drawn up by CFO Paul Hudson, is already mitigated during a downturn in 2024, when Yorkshire is not due to host a test match.

Yorkshire, meanwhile, has vowed to fully investigate two other nasty episodes that have added to the scandal.

On Friday, it was reported that coach Andrew Gale called Leeds United media chief Paul Dews ‘yid’ in a 2010 social media post, hours after another former player of Asian descent detailed multiple cases of racist abuse in a statement.

Which companies have already severed ties with Yorkshire over the toxic racism dispute?

  • Nike
  • By Tetley
  • David Lloyd Clubs
  • Esmeralda Group
  • Yorkshire tea
  • Anchor butter
  • Age association
  • Bagnalls
  • Harrogate Spring Water
  • NIC service group

Pending:

  • JT Ellis (suspended)
  • Simon Falk Eye Care (Follow-up)
  • Krimpterm (review)

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