Hull Citys accounts show Assem Allam pumped in £24m to
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Thursday 5 December, 2013 10:26 by News Gatherer in News.

HULL Citys latest accounts show that the cost of winning promotion to the Premier League was more than £25m.
According to the documents made available by Companies House yesterday, owner Assem Allam again pumped in £24m to fund Steve Bruces bid for the top flight, taking his overall investment in the club to the £72m mark.
Before tax, the club lost £25,628,171 for the accounts which date to July 31, 2013 as they made it back to the Premier League for only the second

Source: Hull Daily Mail

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  1. Terraceman says:

    This is money loaned to the football club to gifted. Does this make debt to Allamhouse Limited now exceed £72million?

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