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Posted by Lt on 12/8/2019, 22:25:55
Anyone know in any detail the rules around ffp. Seems like a few teams are pushing their luck and could potentially be deducted points like birmingham were? |
Reading on a soft transfer embargo go and blow £13m on 2 strikers seems a bit much?
Derby selling their stadium to their owner to work around their losses and the whole rooney thing down the line.
Sheff Wednesday barely covered the legal losses limit last season, could fall short this season.
I'm sure theres more at other clubs, so glad we have a board who run the club the right way
Posted by The Scout on 13/8/2019, 7:42:26, in reply to "Ffp"
Primary rule is that no club can make a loss of any more than £35m over a three year period. |
Posted by LikeALabourBudget on 13/8/2019, 21:24:49, in reply to "Re: Ffp"
Wrong. £39 million over 3 years. Not £35m|
Posted by LikeAToryLie on 13/8/2019, 21:35:47, in reply to "Re: Ffp"
Posted by Corbynís Train seat on 14/8/2019, 10:09:52, in reply to "Re: Ffp"
Not wrong, you can lose £13m a year for 3 years, or up to £39m over the same 3 year period. |
The £35m figure comes from teams getting relegated out of the Premier League as they have parachute payments.
Simple maths or ability to read.
Have some of that you commie ####.....!
Posted by C on 12/8/2019, 22:50:33, in reply to "Ffp"
Let them crack on with it if they think selling all the family silver will gain them promotion to the PL. |
Derby think Rooney is the answer but allowing him to wear the shirt number 32 (sponsored by Red32 or whatever it is) is highly dubious imo.
There's a great interview of Raddy Antic where he mentions something from a conversation he had with Boskov, that I think is relevant to your post and what 20/20 are trying to achieve.
"When Boskov spoke, everyone would listen. I also learned from him that it is not good players that make good teams. It is a good atmosphere."
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