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Annual Reports 2003 -Currrent (Debts)


Financial Summary 5 year up until 2003-(Uefa Cup Final Year)
Turnover
1999-£33.84m 2000-£38.579m 2001-£42.007m 2002-£56.892m 2003-£60.57m
Profit 
1999-£6.754m 2000-£4.676m 2001-£871k 2002-£5.37m 2003-£6.73m
(Loss)Profit After Tax
1999- £1.134m 2000-£(3.956m) 2001-£(8.123m) 2002-£(3.039m) 2003-£(11.659m)

1999 Financial Report Link (Pre Martin O Neil)
Debt liabilities £9.94m previous year £13.381m
Turnover £33.84m previous year £27.821m
Operating Profit(loss) After Tax £1.013m pevious year £7.156m
http://www.thecelticwiki.com/page/Celtic+Financials+-+Annual+Report+1999

2000 Financial Report 
http://www.thecelticwiki.com/page/Celtic+Financials+-+Annual+Report+2000

Turnover increased by 14% to £38.58m
Operating Profit £4.68m
Operating (loss) After Tax £(5.98m) from1999: £550,000 profit
Operating Costs up by 25.2% to £33.90m (Due to increase in wages)

"At 30 June 2000, the Company's net debt was £14.5m which was well within the unsecured bank facility agreed in May 2000 comprising of overdraft of £10.5m together with term loans of £21m, of which £6.4m is repayable in equal quarterly instalments from October 2009 until April 2019 and £14.6m is repayable in July 2019."


2003 Financial Report Linkhttp://wikifoundryattachments.com/BeYA43ScSFJeN%24Lm6y%2B6Fg%3D%3D286171

Turnover increased by 6.5% to £60.57m.
Profit from operations up 25.3% to £6.73m from £5.37m
Loss after tax £11.66m (2002 : £3.04m).
Year-end debt £17.78m (2002: £16.47m). 
Gross investment of £5.43m in intangible fixed assets, including the signing of
four new players.

2004 Annual Report 
http://wikifoundryattachments.com/VjnQiWMllPK5XY68%24jLttQ%3D%3D1675389

Turnover £69,020m 
Operating Costs £64,150m
Profit £4,870
Profit(loss)After Tax £(7.471m)
Net Debt 1st July £17,782m

"Loans repayable by instalments include bank loans of £16.00m (2003: £18.00m). These loans bear interest at London
Inter-Bank Offered Rate plus 1.125%. These loans form part of a
>>>£24.00m loan facility <<which is repayable in equal quarterly
instalments from October 2009 until April 2019 and £16.69m is repayable in July 2019. The Group has the option to repay the
loans earlier than these dates without penalty. The bank loans are secured over Celtic Park."
So in effect we owed the Co-op £24m at this point.


2004 Peter Lawwell (appointed) Wage
Salary £102,884
Bonus £38,582
Benefits £9,063
Pension £15,432
Total £165,961


2006 Annual Report (cant find 2005 so using figures supplied in this Report)

http://wikifoundryattachments.com/sy8S1b0VBIedxsj7B9c1AQ%3D%3D2027073

2005 Martin O'Neills final Season 
Turnover 2005 £62.17m
Operating Costs £58.07m
Profit (Loss)After Tax £8,706m
Co-op Bank Loan £19.5m

"Loans repayable by instalments include bank loans of £12.00m (2005: £19.50m). These loans bear interest at London Inter-Bank Offered
Rate plus 1.125%. These loans form part of a £24.00m loan facility which is repayable in equal quarterly instalments from October 2009
until April 2019 and £16.69m is repayable in July 2019. The Group has the option to repay the loans earlier than these dates without
penalty. The bank loans are secured over Celtic Park and land at Lennoxtown."

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2014 Peter Lawwell Wage
Salary £524,576
Bonus £400,500
Benefits in kind £17,312
Pension Contributions £57,108
Total £999,496

 

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2014 Peter Lawwell Wage
Salary £524,576
Bonus £400,500
Benefits in kind £17,312
Pension Contributions £57,108
Total £999,496

 

 

Are you ripping the pish? He was paid nearly 1m, and not far off half a mil as a bonus, thats almost as much in bonuses as his Salary, get him to fuck

I suppose he has kept the club making money rather than spending our way into debt but when you see figures like that you have to wonder whos he doing it for, the club or his own fucking bonuses? Who even decides his bonus, him?

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2014 Peter Lawwell Wage
Salary £524,576
Bonus £400,500
Benefits in kind £17,312
Pension Contributions £57,108
Total £999,496

 

 

Are you ripping the pish? He was paid nearly 1m, and not far off half a mil as a bonus, thats almost as much in bonuses as his Salary, get him to fuck

I suppose he has kept the club making money rather than spending our way into debt but when you see figures like that you have to wonder whos he doing it for, the club or his own fucking bonuses? Who even decides his bonus, him?

would be celtics biggest mistake getting rid of lawwell

shrewdest man in scottish football by a country mile

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My concern has never been the level of bonus but what he get's it for?

Last 2 Seasons our finances have been less than previous Seasons.

Lack of CL does not help of course but it would appear he is getting extra cash for Players sales.

Unless of course anyone out there can tell me what his Bonus is based on?

 

 

 

European Results 1975-76 Onwards

1975-76 Cup Winners Cup Quarter Finals Lost 1-2 to Sachsenring Zwickau

1976-77 UEFA Cup 1st rnd Lost 2-4 to Wisla Krakow

1977-78 European Cup 2nd Rnd Lost 2-3 to Wacker Inssbruck

1979-80 European Cup Quarter Final Lost 2-3 to Real Madrid

1980-81 Cup Winners Cup 1st Rnd Lost 2-2 on Agg to Politehnica Timsoara

1981-82 European Cup 1st Rnd Lost 1-2 to Juventus

1982-83 European Cup 2nd Rnd Lost 2-3 to Real Sociedad

1983-84 UEFA Cup 3rd Rnd Lost 1-2 to Nottingham Forrest

1984-85

 

European Results since 2000-01(MON Era onwards)
2000-01 UEFA Cup 2nd round lost to Bordeaux 
2001-02 UCL 3rd in Group >3rd RND UEFA CUP lost to Valencia on Pens
2002-03 UCL 3rd RND to Basel >Beaten Finalist Porto 
2003-04 UCL 3rd in Group> Q/F UEFA Cup lost 3-1 to Villarreal
2004-05 UCL 4th in Group won 1 drew 2 lost 3 Games
2005-06 UCL 2nd Round Exit lost 4-5 to Artmedia Bratislava
2006-07 UCL 2ND in Group>Last 16 lost 0-1 to AC Milan 
2007-08 UCL 2nd in Group>Last 16 lost 2-4 to Barcelona
2008-09 UCL 4th in Goup Won 1 Dew 2 Lost 3 Games
2009-10 UCL lost playoff rnd to Arsenal 1-5>EUROPA 3rd in Group Won1 Drew 3 Lost 2
2010-11 UCL Lost playoff round to Braga 2-4>EUROPA L  playoff rnd lost 2-4 to Utrecht 
2011-12 After a by past Sion> EUROPA L 3rd in Group Won 1 Drew 3 Lost 2 Games
2012-13 UCL 2nd in Group> Last 16 lost 0-5 to Juventus
2013-14 UCL 4th in Group Won 1 Drew 0 Lost 5 Games
2014-15 UCL Lost playoff rnd 1-2 to Maribor>EUROPA L 2nd in Group>Last 32 lost 3-4 to Inter 
2015-16 UCL Lost playoff rnd 3-4 to Malmo>EUROPA L Bottom of Group Won 0 Drawn 2 Lost 3 so far.

 

Edited by Kennys Dugleash

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Wasn't his bonus last year a deferred payment ? 

Also so it's not Peter Lawell who decides what bonuses he gets it goes to a panel of 4/5 board members.

some have mentioned player sales however he also must've had a huge part to play in the mangers deals the Nb deal and others.

is he worth it that's down to opinion but Delia has let him down and Us Down this year in the cl shouldn't be ignored

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As I said the level of Bonus is not an issue if we are successful but I don't think we rhave been as financially successful as previous years.

Attendances are down etc so how he managed to sustain the same level of bonus as in years of better financial reward is beyond me?

Deila has not let anyone down.

The players managed that with a lacklustre performance in Sweden.

 

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Keeping this here for working on a thread ignore.

Year 2000 Annual Report

 http://www.thecelticwiki.com/page/Celtic+Financials+-+Annual+Report+2000

Operating Expenses £33.9m (27.08 in 1999 Pre O'Neill)

Profit (Loss) For Year : Loss £5.9m  (Profit £.5m in 1999)

Debt £15.172m (£4.779m in 1999)

Net Debt £14.505m

Year 2001 Annual Report

http://www.thecelticwiki.com/page/Celtic+Financials+-+Annual+Report+2001

Operating Expenses £41.163m 

Profit (loss) For Year : Loss £8.123m

Net Debt £29.625m

Year 2002 Annual Report

http://www.thecelticwiki.com/page/Celtic+Financials+-+Annual+Report+2002

Operating Expenses £51.52m 

Profit (loss) For Year £3.039m

Net Debt £16.47m

Year 2003 Annual Report

http://www.thecelticwiki.com/page/Celtic+Financials+-+Annual+Report+2003

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Edited by Kennys Dugleash

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Delia picking players that are no use for a system he's trying to play has cost us much

as I said wasn't lawells bonus last year part of a deferred payment from a time where he didn't accept a bonus? Also he got a payment for his tenth year? I'm going off memory kd so I could be wrong?

youre talking attendances the biggest killer of at tendencies is sky moving games to Sunday lunch time it's difficult for people to get to especially from Ireland or England.

and again you seem to ignore the sponsorship deals like magners and nb that lawell has worked hard to secure. 

Thats fine kd if you have issue with lawells bonus or pay I have no problem with that mate but you have to at least acknowledge some good things he's done coz he has done some

Edited by pepperami

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I don't trust Lawell as I believe he has deliberately misled me and others. For instance one minute it was, we are cash rich then the next it was we have no money. Due to this I have disagreed with black and white financial figures published on here due to his claims , though I do believe he is better with us than against us.. He is a business man I am not and I do not know a better option.I always believed this season was very important with regard to his decisions. RD And selling Best Players .I also believed this was going to be the hardest season for us due to all sorts of stuff out with our control ie environment and no big team in blue. 

I'm not happy and having sat in the stands and listened to everyone else around me, I conclude not many are. So far it seems an average 4 to 1 for a major change. Mistakes have been made RD should of have had this seasons transfer budget last season. I believe we would be better off

 

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