THE suspension of top level football may just save Middlesbrough from relegation to League One, but the club’s finances are still in recovery mode. Middlesbrough’s revenues for 2018-19, their last year of parachute payments from the Premier, fell from £ 62 million to £ 55.6 million, a drop of some 11% on 2017-18. To counter that decline, Middlesbrough’s wage bill went down by 18% to £ 40 million, £ 25 million lower than their last Premier League season in 2016-17. The club continues to follow a strategy of cutting the wage bill and this season, it has come down to well below £ 30 million, according to media speculation. Middlesbrough have, to a certain degree, adjusted to life outside the Premier, but after missing…