Financial Fair Play: first casualties
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09-11-2012, 10:57 AM
Join Date: Mar 2002
I can't believe people are whining about that.
UEFA is trying to crack down on teams which are not paying their players.
Seems awfully logical to me that a firm can't compete with other firms if they can't pay their employees.
It has nothing to do with the future FFP, it's just the first warning towards teams that are not doing what they should do as first priority : pay the salaries.
To see people whine here is amazing.
EDIT : I'll add that under the current system, Atletico, Sporting Lisbon, Fenebahce and co are allowed to play in domestic and european competitions, winning their league some UEFA coefficient points and yet they are not capable of paying the players' salaries.
They should be banned from both domestic and european competitions and their UEFA points thrown away to teach their respective league to pull their heads out of their *****. In France, you're stripped of your professionnal status if you can't pay the salaries : you go back to low amateur levels and obviously, you can' tplay in Europe. Why should the above teams be any different?
Again, I can't believe people are whining about this, when it's all common sense and should have happenned 25 years ago.
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