Forest Green Rovers have reported an operating loss of £785k for the year ending April 30, 2019.

This is in comparison to the previous profit of £422,647 for the financial year ended April 30, 2018.

In a statement regarding the full accounts, which can be seen on the Companies House website, the club say that turnover has increased slightly to £5,052,878 (2018: £4,921,683).

However, the collapse of the sale of Christian Doidge to Bolton Wanderers during the financial year contributed to the loss before taxation of £796,955 (2018: profit of £408,143).

The company's financial position remains in net assets at £564,742 (2018: £1,069,909), which was maintained through a capital contribution from the company's parent, Ecotricity Group Limited.