Dundee United will be 'far stronger club' despite £3m loss

Dundee United have vowed to come out of the pandemic "a far stronger club" despite reporting a £3m loss in the financial year to June 2020.

Tannadice Park, home of Dundee United. (Photo by Mark Scates / SNS Group)

The continued financial investment of Mark Ogren was also highlighted as the chairman praised fans for purchasing season tickets despite the uncertainty over attending matches and asked them not to request refunds.

"We will come out of this a far stronger club," Ogren vowed.

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"While I fully understand the financial hardship that Covid-19 has caused for many people, I hope that those that can afford to do so choose to waive any credits due to them and renew their season ticket for 2021/22 during the current loyalty period."

The accounts showed increased turnover of almost £800,000 (up 25%) while gate receipts went up 37% despite an estimated £128,000 loss from four cancelled home games.

There was also an 18% increase in prize money as Championship winners while retail sales exceeded £500,000 following a decision to bring retail back in-house.

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