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Thread: FFP are we nearing breaching the rules..?

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    FFP are we nearing breaching the rules..?

    Just had a quick scan through the FFP rule book, we are looking a bit dodgy to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    Just had a quick scan through the FFP rule book, we are looking a bit dodgy to me.
    If we were close Everton must have been way over BT canít see us throwing stones in glass houses if we werenít on the right side of things, plus all the high earners have gone now so that should have brought things back in line a bit.

    Makes you wander where all the other Prem clubs are if we were / are flirting with it when we literally didnít spend anything pro rata

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    Just had a quick scan through the FFP rule book, we are looking a bit dodgy to me.
    I can't be arsed going through the small print mon ami, help me out please, what's the problem ?

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    We have reduced wages considerably by removing virtually all the premier contracts ( 12 gone) by transfer or negotiating new deals( jay Barnes). We have not spent anywhere near the transfer income we have got and will get from Cornet sale in addition, plus parachute payments. Why or how are we in danger of non compliance with FFP?

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    Can't see you having a problem with FFP really. Where's the issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wanderlust View Post
    Can't see you having a problem with FFP really. Where's the issue?
    Reading between the lines it seems leveraged buyouts are deemed risky because of the debt involved and it suggests in this scenario the creditor not the debtor controls the club.

    I may be worrying for nowt.

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