MK Dons return a profit

MK Dons have announced a profit of almost £2million for the year ending June 2012.

Last Updated: 11/04/13 at 17:08

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The figure (£1,888,510) is an improvement on the loss of £1,694,640 for the previous year, largely due to player sales which generated almost £4million.

It was in this period that Sam Baldock and Seyi Ojo were sold to West Ham and Liverpool respectively.

Turnover increased slightly from £5,678,102 to £5,784,161 over the 12 months, while the club's wage bill was £3,678,672, down on the 2011 figure of £4,185,813.

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