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Not directly WWFC related, but BBC reports: "https://bbc.co.uk/sport/football/51804544..financial impact of measures on EFL clubs could be 'devastating'
Mark Palios, chairman of League One Tranmere Rovers, says many clubs "operate hand to mouth" and playing games without crowds for the rest of the season could cost his team up to £500,000 in lost income.
David Bottomley, the chief executive of League One Rochdale, says playing behind closed doors would be a "huge issue from a financial perspective" and, with six home games remaining, could cost up to £200,000.
Question is, rights and wrongs' of doing so aside and the very valid reasons considered.. if WWFC like other EFL clubs are forced to play games behind closed doors for the remainder of the season what impact could it have on the Blues finances?