I always remember Niall Quin on Sky Sports talking about FFP when we were first punished saying he wasn't surprised at the result. The interviewer was ready for him to dig out City but he told him that when the draft was first put to the clubs it needed a few things sorting but it would have served it's purpose in protecting clubs. When they saw the second draft which had input from clubs it was unrecognisable and no longer fit for purpose, he then said something along the lines of you have to wonder why that was. The interviewer changed the subject.Funny thing is, that when you strip it back - people will say FFP is designed to stop clubs overspending and going bump... well, where was it for Bolton or Bury?
Also, even if Mansour himself had rocked up, opened his wallet and said there's £60mil quid... it's his fucking club, his business - how can they say that an owner, investing his own cash to better his club, is wrong?