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Thread: Chelsea seeming "at" it again

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    Chelsea seeming "at" it again

    So this time, Chelsea seem to have sold their training ground. . . to themselves to clear them of PSR/FFP issues:

    https://twitter.com/slbsn/status/178...7Ctwgr%5Etweet

    If this is allowed and goes through, what is to stop us doing the same.

    Surely the Prem can see how this is farcical and how Chelsea are just taking the piss out of them.

    If this is allowed through - I can see Forrest and Everton kicking up a massive stink.

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    And we have to prove that Sela deal is fair market

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    The PL is corrupt.

    It's as simple as that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippity View Post
    The PL is corrupt.

    It's as simple as that.
    Move along people, nothing to see here

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    Can we sell ours to someone like Aramco

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    Whatever these lads do something like this to iincrease their spending power unopposed we should straight away do exactly the same thing. Why wouldn't we.?

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