UEFA FFP investigation - CAS decision to be announced Monday, 13th July 9.30am BST

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What do you think will be the outcome of the CAS hearing?

  1. Two-year ban upheld

    161 vote(s)
    12.0%
  2. Ban reduced to one year

    411 vote(s)
    30.6%
  3. Ban overturned and City exonerated

    704 vote(s)
    52.4%
  4. Other

    67 vote(s)
    5.0%
  1. Akpowell

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    Hope your right Col.
     
  2. pudge

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    What's the craic as it stands now? Probable outcomes from those that know their stuff that is.

    In layman's terms too, please, I'm slow.
     
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  3. SilverFox2

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    I'm no lawyer but would it not be prudent to use just enough ammo to win what we decide is our objective?

    Maybe that is not possible and all must be fired as a defence plea.

    I am certain that in time our attitude must change if anything threatens the earning power for the three equity owning partners.
    Have we reached that decision do you think?
     

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  4. Groke

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    Would it get reported though? Those ****s could hide a hippo underneath a jay cloth.
     
  5. Gordyola

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    I think you need to look at the UEFA process with respect to FFP as you clearly are a little confused as to how it works You also need to catch up on the statements that City made along the way as to their dissatisfaction especially in context of the chief investigator You should also consider the time line and how the IC rushes their verdict to stay inside the 5 year time limit for reinvestigation of a previously agreed case
    I collated lots of information and links here

    https://forums.bluemoon-mcfc.co.uk/threads/ffp-timeline-for-information.344822/
     
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  6. horlock_was_super

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    Better minds than me on here. My only legal knowledge comes from the English Civil Courts and that’s only from the administrative side.
    Now I have seen often, very often to be honest, cases that were totally in a state of logjam suddenly settling ‘on the steps’ so to speak. Now my question is could this happen In our case? A carefully worded statement from both parties? I actually asked a Judge, an Evertonian, this question and he didn’t know, to be fair he does specialise in insolvency law, might ask him about yoonited next week!
     
  7. NorthamptonBlue

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    Get what you want and then shut the f*** up is usually the way to go. Eyes on the prize.
     
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  8. Colin Bells Boots

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    And how the process could be speeded up for our neighbours .
     
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  9. goatersnipple

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    That's if there still in business next week
     
  10. BringBackSwales

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    Not sure how old you are frank but the early and mid 80’s weren’t much to write home about
     

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