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15 Feb 2020 20:57:27
Just been reading the echo on line and they go into the implications for city’s ban the premier league are looking at the finding and a deduction points is the most likely outcome probably next season, they have just changed the rules and such activities for ffp breaches are expulsion to league 2, I know it won’t happen but how funny if it did.
In all seriousness I think it would be outrageous and hope for city’s sake they don’t.

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15 Feb 2020 22:43:52
Not sure what you’re trying to say Big C.

Don’t think it’s funny at all, understand rules have to be adhered to and punishments for breaches given.

However all the talk currently around us as a club in regards to potentially breaching ffp regulations is quite worrying. If we don’t sort ourselves out as a club then potentially we could also be possibly looking at expulsion to league 2 at some point.

16 Feb 2020 08:50:33
Gingerdan no chance. Everton are spending over the percentage allowed (over their income/ means) , someone has taken their eye off the ball. Any punishment would not happen till after next season, if at all. Everton are working to getting their house (fiscal) house in order.

16 Feb 2020 09:06:14
City have been doing this for many years and have been under investigation quite openly for years. They've been fined on occasion and though they'll appeal, this isn't a great surprise.
PSG will be next.

We have been given a timely reminder not to follow the road we've been on any longer. We are a million miles away from City and their overstepping of the rules. I'm sure we can lock away the cheque book for another window and everything will be fine if the worst case.
I'm sure FMs eyes popped out of his head @ Cities reprimand and will be throwing away the brown envelopes (joke) etc and instructions to be much more aware of FFP will be followed. Blessing in disguise for us and I'm sure we will adjust our transfer policy and finally start to use the buying skills as well as the selling ones of Brands. I hope anyway.

16 Feb 2020 07:49:31
I was just passing on the information, as I understand it and I’m sure Ed 2 will correct me if I’m wrong we haven’t breached ffp because sponsorship money isn’t coming from an owner . City did something along those lines with the money coming directly through the owner instead of though a subsidiary company. All we’ve done is buy too many players on high wages we haven’t breached ffp.
So the only thing I was saying was potentially funny was if City got moved to league two and the that would cause for them . Once we offload Niasse, Martina and a few others we are fine.
Also as I understand it mr usamanov is transferring his ownership of some of his companies to family members and those companies become the sponsors if he joins the board.

{Ed002's Note - (a) The club will have breached FFP spending rules this season. I have explained this before. (2) The money from Usamanov will have to pass the test of whether it is market value for the benefit he gets. On the face of it is not. (c) You seem to be confused about FFP and perhaps should drop the subject.}

16 Feb 2020 14:49:20
Article saying other clubs are run in far worse way than us and are running the authorities that govern UEFA, and same clubs will benefit with Man City's elimination from European competitions and their need to come back in line with FFP rules, selling players reduced transfer budget and wages.

I know city tried to cook the books but they shouldn't be judged and tried by the teams they competing against and who will benefit from their demise.

FFP article



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