Sums are interesting
It’s reported that Hal gets somewhere between 70 & 80% of FFA revenue.
Let’s pick the middle and say 75%.
FFA earned 100 million and say 75% of this belongs to Hal… i.e sponsorships, media, finals etc.
So 75 million, of which FFA returned to the clubs 32 million, and say they spend 15 million on A-League travel and administration, 2016 & 2017 Acc’s.
So of the 75 million, FFA return 47 million, and keep 28 million, plus their own earnings. Being fair FFA lost easily this amount when AFC took away the media rights and in return pay 1 million for each home game and IMO this is the major problem.
Assume in the new media deal 114 less FFA revenue is 90 million, add club sponsorship & crowds so another 50 million meaning the clubs revenue is 140 million. 140 million at 20% is 28 million.
Obviously all of these figures are my guesses … however the numbers work and fit in nicely …