UEFA FFP investigation - CAS hearing set for 8/9/10th June

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  1. Beckenham Blue

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    from the BBC website......

    "La Liga President Javier Tebas praised Uefa for "finally taking decisive action".

    "Enforcing the rules of financial fair play and punishing financial doping is essential for the future of football," he said.

    "For years we have been calling for severe action against Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, we finally have a good example of action and hope to see more. Better late than never."


    The Beeb straight in there with an anti-City quote - what they fail to mention is that Javier Tebas is a REAL MADRID supporter.
     
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  2. flook

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    The precedent set by the "punishment" of PSG for a similar "offence" will work in our favour in the appeal
     
  3. Coatigan

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    To be fair, it Was the sun, which i know is dogshit, but yesterday was one of those where you read the lot given they all pile on.

    i didnt check with any betting sites.
     

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  6. give it to gordon

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    Have the bbc apologised yet for saying our owner owns both City and Etihad airways yet (news at 10 yesterday)
     
  7. Tugay One Cup

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    Can't really say I'm surprised, to be perfectly honest. Neither by the ban nor the absolute drama queens milking it for all it's worth.

    Just saw a BBC article titled something like "Guardiola to leave? Player exodus? What next?"

    Fucking lol, the world keeps turning, that's what's next.
     
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  8. BlueMoonz1977

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    This is where kloss has to start earning her wage and getting tough, something based on past evidence she has lacked
     
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  9. cookster

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    Apparently we pay our legal people considerable amounts of money to make sure we're ahead of the game.

    My fear is UEFA have additional information from the hack that isn't public, again I state hopefully I'm wrong.
     
  10. laserblue

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    They didn't accept a one year ban. They requested it. Just so they could 'put their finances in order' by continuing to spend and as a bonus UEFA dropped their investigations into FFP breaches from 2016.
     

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