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Reimagining the financial future of lower-league football

A mural outside Moss Rose ground, home of Macclesfield Town. The club has been wound up in the High Court after a judge was told that it owed more than £500,000. (Photo by Alex Livesey - Danehouse/Getty Images).

Omar Chaudhuri and Ben Marlow from consultancy firm 21st Club examine the trends driving football’s underlying financial crisis and suggest a new approach and competition format designed to reduce costs and promote sustainability.

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