Stadium sale helps Derby dodge Financial Fair Play punishment

3 April 2019

Derby Mel Morris
Photo: Getty Images Derby owner and chairman Mel Morris bought Pride Park Stadium to help the club to avoid breaching FFP-rules.

Owner Mel Morris plans to generate more revenues from non-football activities.

Staff costs rise to £40.5 million. Accounts are not yet published in full.

Derby County's annual accounts reveal a profit after selling Pride Park Stadium to owner and Chairman Mel Morris.

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