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blueparrot

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blueparrot yes other clubs obey FFP. However that doesn't explain why the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester United get away with it. Every season since FFP started these clubs have been getting away with breaking FFP rules.
No they haven't. FFP is badly drawn up. Debt isn't taken into account and it should be, sustainable investment is punished it shouldn't. But those clubs haven't broken what are bad rules, and they haven't got away with breaking the rules.
 
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No they haven't. FFP isa badly drawn up. Debt isn't taken into account and it should be, sustainable investment is punished it shouldn't. But thosehose clubs haven't broken what are bad rules, and they haven't got away with breaking the rules.
So why weren’t Madrid questioned over the sale of their training ground etc, bollocks, they and the cartel are treated completely different to us
 

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He worked for UFC for 4 1/2 years and left after a change of owners.

He now runs his own consulting company has has clients including the Ryder Cup, Peel Holdings and Olympic Marseille.

After 12 years at Nike, including heading the Jordan Brand, that's some very shabby CV.
You saying he didn’t work for UFC for a couple of months and is now working at Macdonalds?

Someone is fibbing;-)
 

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Time for City to flex their muscle again, City opted for a foolish b team ploy that was quickly followed by a Yankie land grab, that was also rejected, but now is the time to put something on offer, City should put up EPL and Championship clubs being allowed minority ownership of lower league clubs, with unrestricted access between them, and in doing so give City a b team, keep club independence and guarantee survival.
There would be a queue at City`s door on Monday
 

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Time for City to flex their muscle again, City opted for a foolish b team ploy that was quickly followed by a Yankie land grab, that was also rejected, but now is the time to put something on offer, City should put up EPL and Championship clubs being allowed minority ownership of lower league clubs, with unrestricted access between them, and in doing so give City a b team, keep club independence and guarantee survival.
There would be a queue at City`s door on Monday
Like it but who would you fancy, all the local teams gave us shit when Div 3. Could we go as low as curzon, ex-team so soft spot
 

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Like it but who would you fancy, all the local teams gave us shit when Div 3. Could we go as low as curzon, ex-team so soft spot
If City go for it, they would be mad not to go for Charlton or any other London based club, can you imagine it Charlton playing a full squad of City youth players everyone of them poached out of Chelsea, Tottenham, and Arsenal
 

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Good interview with Txiki on the OS now:
Noticeable that Pep commented on the way he is treated by Txiki and Ferran being the biggest reason to stay.

This is all part of the class and intelligence that they bring to the club. That's how you run a business: you look after your best assets. Oh, and the summer signings look brilliant to a man, too.
 

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