CRYSTAL PALACE, at long last, made public their financial performance for 2018-19 and underlined a relatively conservative approach to keeping their house in order. Palace, who are in their record-breaking seventh consecutive season in the top flight, made a pre-tax profit of £ 5.4 million on the back of best-ever revenues totalling £ 155.4 million. This places Palace in a mid-table position from a financial perspective, although it should be noted  the club has a very high reliance on Premier League broadcasting income, which accounts for some 80% of the club’s overall revenue generation. A look back over the past half dozen years emphasises how important TV money is to Palace – in 2013-14, the club’s first after promotion, revenues went up from £…