2002: Leicester City clear a £50m debt by going into adminstration, avoiding £6m in tax and £4,415 owed to St John Ambulance.
2012: Leicester declare a debt of £46m for 2011, built on a £15.2m loss, up from 2010's £7.5m; staff costs to turnover ratio of 95.5%; and £28m owed to parent company Asia Football Investments - on whom the club "relies and continues to rely" to remain a "going concern".
(£25.6m : Additional brrowing from AFI in the new financial year.)
when these owners start realising that football in this country isn't quite the gravy train that they thought it was - and that all players are greedy bastards - football will implode in a big, big way.
I genuinely can't wait until it happens.