Got it in for English clubs. Psg and Barcelona would never be banned.
Yeah thats what I meant sorry - think it'll be thrown out eventually.UEFA rules are voted on by its co-members who then sign up to the Participation Agreements. So them.
You could argue FFP is anti-competitive and possibly win. Bosman did something vaguely similar at the ECJ.
You couldn't argue UEFA isn't competent to decide its own competition rules at CAS. You'd have to convince CAS UEFA hadn't proven a breach of its competition rules.
Yeah, unless you are Barca Real Madrid, Man U or a couple of other clubs we don't want you anywhere near winning our trophy, thankyou very much!Hope it sticks. Would send a real message out.
Although they’ve already positioned themselves at the top table through their owners wealth.
They're one of the richest clubs in the world with supporters all over the worldYeah, unless you are Barca Real Madrid, Man U or a couple of other clubs we don't want you anywhere near winning our trophy, thankyou very much!
Barca' wagebill is astronomical man. Messi is on nearly a couple a mill a week on his own.
City's press release and previous statements seems to challenge the notion that they breached FFP at all, and not the validity of FFP as a concept. It makes sense as a strategy. MCFC signed the Participation Agreements and paid the original fine a few years back.Yeah thats what I meant sorry - think it'll be thrown out eventually.
They were banned for the last summer window.It won’t stick
Chelsea have had a transfer ban 2 actually if you count the katuka transfer and none of them ever stuck
A bit rich seeing as Liverpool got English clubs banned in Europe for 5 years#taintedtitles