- 25 Sep 2010
All clubs should be guaranteed access to their grounds for a minimum period based on the time it would take to build a replacement of similar capacity.No rules whatsoever?
What about at least the protection of the stadium that said club play in?
Chelsea for example could be bought just for Stamford Bridge alone and potentially sold to make way for plush housing.
Being rewarded for failure is never a good path to go down.Is it in American sports where they have the best players coming from colleges end up going to the teams that finish at the bottom in the NBA. That would be one way to make it a level playing field for every team in the league. Can’t think of any other way of doing it.
I’d say scrap the lot, United and Liverpool’s success has come in an era where you could spend what you want. Why have we only needed it now when City have a wealthy owner when we didn’t need financial fair play for the other 120 odd years of association rules football? I’m suprised those two clubs don’t want it scrapped as they have only won two league title between them since FFP has been introduced.
Being rewarded for failure is never a good path to go down.
I don't watch NBA but wouldn't teams throw games to finish nearer the bottom if they had no chance of finishing near the top?
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