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Everton’s revenues grow again, but operating losses also increase

English Premier League side Everton has announced revenues of £189m (€210m/$239) for 2018, although the club slipped to an overall operating loss of £22.9m.

Revenues reached a record high for the second consecutive year but, after posting a £25m profit for 2017, Everton has posted a loss for 2018, in large part due to costs associated with the sackings of first team managers Ronald Koeman and Sam Allardyce. "Exceptional costs" set the club back £34m.

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