sport news EFL clubs are fearing a 'catastrophic' winter with soaring energy costs and ... trends now

sport news EFL clubs are fearing a 'catastrophic' winter with soaring energy costs and ... trends now
sport news EFL clubs are fearing a 'catastrophic' winter with soaring energy costs and ... trends now

sport news EFL clubs are fearing a 'catastrophic' winter with soaring energy costs and ... trends now

EFL clubs are fearing a 'catastrophic' winter with soaring energy costs and World Cup football on TV as they face yet another crisis after barely surviving the Covid-19 pandemic... as Shrewsbury Town CEO reveals bills are set to DOUBLE League One and League Two clubs face a tough winter with soaring energy costs Power bills at Shrewsbury are projected to increase from £100,000 to £200,000 The club lost an estimated £2.5million in the two-and-a-half years during Covid CEO Brian Caldwell suspects the idea of midday kick-offs is not the solution 

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Clubs in League One and Two fear a 'catastrophic' winter in store as soaring energy costs combine with World Cup football on TV and punish them before their finances start to recover from the pandemic.

'I don't know how some clubs survived Covid and now there's another crisis coming with the increasing utility bills,' Shrewsbury Town's CEO Brian Caldwell told Sportsmail.

'Increasing costs are a worry. Our power bill is probably going to double, that's quiet frightening and the same problems are affecting supporters. 

'What if a football ticket becomes a luxury some can't afford? What if they decide to save £22 on a match ticket?

'When the increased energy costs kick in, it will be October and November, the World Cup will be starting and there will be three or four

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