Property sale helped Bohs back into profit

Bohemians Football Club has returned to profitability after cutting its operating costs and implementing a range of financial manoeuvres to generate income.

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Ian Kehoe

18th February, 2006

Bohemians Football Club has returned to profitability after cutting its operating costs and implementing a range of financial manoeuvres to generate income.

The north Dublin club made a pre-tax profit of €798,000 for the year ending November 30, 2005, according to accounts just filed.

The club made losses of €540,000 and €180,000 in the two previous years.

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