In the future due to the rules change forced through by PL clubs the amount we can make through such deals will be capped at £70k (IIRC). Given the costs will continue the COE will never see such profits again. Accordingly the club and Trust are cutting their losses now. As the article points out Wycombe and other clubs at our level opposed the rules change but were out voted by Championship clubs who wanted to stay in with the big boys.
Well, not with a wish to be pedantic, but a COE is a different entity than an academy. To hold academy status a club requires the investment to cover more coaching staff, better facilities, more... more
Your right WWFC never had an Academy, but you obviously have no understanding of youth development. WWFC's COE last season had 11 first year scholars many of chose the COE route because they believed ... more