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Thread: Luxury Tax a no go..

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    Luxury Tax a no go..

    So it looks like PL are just going to adopt the UEFA model and allow teams to spend 70% of their income..

    So lets break this down with club income from the "big 6"

    Man City - 712.8m (could spend nearly 500m)

    Liverpool - 594m (could spend 415m)

    Manchester United - 648.4m (could spend 453m)

    Chelsea - 512m (Could spend 358.75m)

    Arsenal - 532m (could spend 358m)

    Spurs - 631m (could spend 441m)

    Newcastle - 250.3m (Could spend 175m)

    Seems fair aye?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tutfoster1892 View Post

    Seems fair aye?
    Fair for the cartel, aye.

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    Bunch of self-serving cunts.

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    Incidentally, where's this from, Tut?

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    It's UEFA's 70% rule.

    Those crooks brought it in to appease the Scumbags in Madrid, Barcelona & Turin. Yet still they persist with the Fraud-o-league scumbags.

    It heavily benefits the clubs with the biggest incomes.

    In the other thread on the PSG/FFP rule change I made my feelings about this whole Lux Tax BS completely clear. It was dead before it even started.

    The controls have to be aligned with UEFA or clubs won't qualify for their tournaments.

    I'm sure soon enough Newcastle United will have equal if not bigger revenue streams than the fraudies. I have a feeling that there are some wealth Geordies who own businesses in the Middle East who will soon be sponsoring the club.

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    Sick. If they sell Isak or Burno it better be to a European club

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    With 20mil for Ashworth plus getting rid of the Bruce ballers, not paying stupid money like 40-60 million on players 200m+ could be a good window for us if spent wisely.
    Last edited by PhoneymcRingRing; 10-04-2024 at 06:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippity View Post
    Incidentally, where's this from, Tut?
    Sky Sports tweeted it mate..

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoneymcRingRing View Post
    With 20mil for Ashworth plus getting rid of the Bruce ballers, not paying stupid money like 40-60 million on players 200m+ could be a good window for us if spent wisely.
    Aren't Man U looking at Southampton DoF now because they don't want to pay 20m for Ashworth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragatino View Post
    It's UEFA's 70% rule.

    Those crooks brought it in to appease the Scumbags in Madrid, Barcelona & Turin. Yet still they persist with the Fraud-o-league scumbags.

    It heavily benefits the clubs with the biggest incomes.

    In the other thread on the PSG/FFP rule change I made my feelings about this whole Lux Tax BS completely clear. It was dead before it even started.

    The controls have to be aligned with UEFA or clubs won't qualify for their tournaments.

    I'm sure soon enough Newcastle United will have equal if not bigger revenue streams than the fraudies. I have a feeling that there are some wealth Geordies who own businesses in the Middle East who will soon be sponsoring the club.
    Remember though... it has to be fair market value.. 100% we will not be allowed to match any of the top 6 clubs and will be stopped by the PL..

    Spurs get something like 5m every home game they play in match revenue.. this is what we need to be aiming for

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