EFL: Record results, record fines – while Charlton's and Coventry’s futures lie in the balance

7 March 2019

EFL Board meeting
Photo: Getty Images The EFL has posted record turnover after disbursements to member clubs went up sharply, by 18 per cent.

Record turnover for EFL. Profit down to £2.6 million, but disbursements to member clubs went up sharply.

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James Corbett corbett@offthepitch.com

The EFL has posted record turnover of £160.5 million, an increase of 20.5 per cent for the year ending June 2018.

In its annual report, the EFL recorded profit down to £2.6 million (2017: £3.8 million), but disbursements to member clubs went up sharply, by 18 per cent to £123.8 million.

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