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That means cutting costs and increasing revenues. Inter sporting director Marco Branca admitted that the club could no longer afford the fees paid in the past, declaring, "We have to organise our finances for the financial fair play rules in the next two years.

We are looking for younger players now with great talent who we can develop. There will no longer be patrons that can intervene. Until now people like Berlusconi and Moratti would be able to support us, but with the fair play it will no longer be possible.

On 20 March , it was announced that UEFA and the European Commission had signed a joint agreement intended to prevent clubs using the EU legal system to challenge the validity of FFP, for example by claiming that it conflicted with anti-competition legislation.

The European Union — who acknowledged the unique "specificity of sport" in the Treaty of Lisbon — policy on sport stated "good governance in sport is a condition for the autonomy and self-regulation of sport organisations".

The rules will protect the interests of individual clubs and players as well as football in Europe as a whole". UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino said, "Let us be clear, this is not a new law … if anyone was thinking of filing some sort of complaint saying FFP somehow restricts European competition law they would have to file it to the Commission.

This is a big milestone in the enforcement of the break-even principle" []. Despite the team finishing fourth in La Liga ahead of schedule, earning a place in the Champions League, Al-Thani, a member of Qatar's royal family, abruptly announced that he had had enough of the uneven distribution of TV revenue in Spain and of criticism by the media, and was now no longer willing to bank-roll the club.

We then thought about the Financial Fair Play… so we had to accept it with weeping hearts. It was impossible for us to turn down the offer.

It has saved us a lot of money in transfers and wages, meaning our finances are secure for many years to come. We will save million euros in two years.

In July, there were renewed concerns that wealthy clubs might try to bypass FFP when Chelsea signed a "commercially confidential" three-year deal under which Russian oil and gas giant Gazprom would become Chelsea's "global energy partner".

Some commentators pointed to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich's sale of his controlling stake in oil company Sibneft to Gazprom as possibly infringing UEFA rules defining "related-party transactions" as including those where clubs could potentially exert "significant influence" over clubs' sponsors.

Such a move would allow domestic sanctions to be taken over and above any measures taken by UEFA to curb excessive spending by clubs.

There are a lot of clubs within the league that support financial fair play. Even the big clubs now are saying we have to get to grips with costs.

The proposal was not unanimously agreed. Manchester City said that it would prefer to manage their business as they saw fit, while Fulham , who had in the past enjoyed significant financial support from their owner Mohamed Al-Fayed , said that such a plan might "kill the dreams" of other clubs.

It was decided that various possible changes would be discussed over the coming months, with one possibility being the full adoption of the FFP rules in to the Premier League's own rules.

Such a change, however, would require a 14—6 majority by club chairmen. However, UEFA did not specify which article s they failed. However, the club were also sued by Matteo Ferrari for overdue wages, and news reports claimed that Manuel Fernandes had submitted a transfer request after the club failed to pay his wages.

BJKAS , the list portion of the club, had a negative equity on 29 February for negative TL ,, [] The listed company also recorded a successive net loss in consolidated accounts: TL 12,, —07 , TL 1,, —08 , [] TL 29,, —09 [] TL 48,, —10 [] TL ,, —11 [] and most recently TL 84,, in the first nine months of —12 season.

It was reported that Bursaspor had overdue debt to Portsmouth Collins Mbesuma. Meanwhile, another Süper Lig club, Trabzonspor , announced plans to greatly boost their annual income in order to both meet FFP and to provide a guaranteed revenue stream to allow then to expand onto the European stage when they received approval to build a 28 megawatt hydroelectric power plant in the hills above their Black Sea home of Trabzon.

Amid predictions that the huge windfall would spark a renewed wave of excessive transfer spending, the chief executive of the Premier League, Richard Scudamore, expressed his hope that the money would not merely find its way into the pockets of players and their agents and that clubs would use the opportunity to reduce their debts and bring their businesses onto a more secure financial footing, as demanded by FFP.

It should also be able to achieve sustainability. Priority number one is retain and attract top talent but there ought to be a way of doing that while achieving sustainability.

Some of it ought to be used to reduce losses" []. The penalty was to temporarily withhold prize money from 23 clubs after they failed to comply with the rules.

It was announced later that 16 of the 23 clubs facing potential prize money withholding had nevertheless received their prize money from European competition as a result of managing to settle their debts before the 30 September deadline.

Since the original 11 September action by UEFA, two other clubs faced action as their situation with overdue payments had deteriorated between June and September The ban would be applicable for the next three seasons i.

The Cultural Affairs, Education and Sport Commission set up the inquiry with Thierry Braillard, the deputy for the Rhone region, given the task to lead the inquiry.

The commission will focus in particular on the financing of clubs like Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco by Qatari or Russian investors, and the fairness of that in relation to their opponents in domestic competition.

The inquiry would last up to four months and would also look at how the preparations for UEFA Euro would be affected. In early February UEFA reminded clubs that they would be expected to prove that they were not trying to bypass FFP by entering into inflated sponsorship deals with parties closely associated with their owners.

As with the Manchester City agreement with Etihad Airlines, the news was met with considerable criticism in view of the ownership of the club by members of the Qatari royal family; however, PSG club president Nasser al-Khelaifi refused to accept that the club was doing anything wrong, telling L'Equipe , "We have been building an international brand.

This deal is a strong symbol. Qatar have benefited a lot from their investments in PSG…it's necessary to become one of the great European clubs.

Other clubs have invested for 20 years. We have been there for a year and a half and now we must stop pouring money? It would be unfair.

Two were believed to be Chelsea and Manchester City. We have a regulation which speaks about fair value of deals and the fact that a related party cannot just inject money into a club directly or indirectly.

Infantino said that there were signs that rules already in force to ensure clubs paid their bills on time and the looming enforcement of the break-even rule were having an effect.

On 7 February , the FA Premier League in England agreed to new financial regulations in the wake of the big upcoming new TV deal and pressure from both the government and supporters.

Clubs are restricted on how much of the Premier League Central Funds they receive that they can spend on player wages. On 11 April , these new rules were ratified at a summit in London and added to the Premier League rulebook.

Fourteen of the 20 clubs voted in favour, five voted against while Swansea City were the only club to abstain altogether. A later statement by Striani, who has represented a number of Premier League players, claimed that, "The rules will lead to restrictions in terms of investment, will diminish the number of player transfers that take place and will also bring down the revenues of player agents…This rule also impacts upon the right to free movement of capital, to free movement of workers and to the free availability of services.

Financial fair play will further increase the gap between big clubs and smaller teams. I mainly work with the latter, hence my concerns.

I don't know whether other agents share my opinion or whether clubs will follow my example, but I'm confident about the outcome. First, because we have the best lawyers working for us but also because FFP has been agreed by all of the clubs, associations and the European Commission.

These haven't been imposed. It is believed that any final judgement may be as long as five years; however, Daniel Geey, a competition and football law specialist at Field Fisher Waterhouse, commented, "This is significant.

Now it must undertake an objective assessment of whether, among other things, FFP is anti-competitive. The complaint will either be upheld, leading the Commission into negotiations with UEFA and possible formal proceedings or be rejected, which could lead to a further court challenge.

Either way this won't be a quick process and in the meantime UEFA will make licensing decisions based on the FFP break-even regulations.

On 20 May , it was announced that the EC had rejected the complaint and did not intend to investigate it any further. The EC argued that the financial fair play rules apply to clubs, not to players' agents, and therefore Striani had no legitimate interest in complaining about them.

A spokesman said, "UEFA is very pleased that this decision by the European Commission upholds all aspects of the financial fair play regulations.

He said that the club were implementing a new playing structure under director of football Txiki Begiristain and pointed to the club's recent rise to number seven in the Deloitte Rich List.

On 20 September, it was announced that UEFA had withheld the prize money of six clubs for outstanding payments that had not been paid.

UEFA also released the prize money to the six clubs that had their prize money initially withheld. Across all of the "big five" top divisions of Europe, gross spending by clubs was again significantly higher that during the previous year.

From to , Anzhi Makhachkala were big spenders since Suleyman Kerimov bought the club outright on 18 January Despite this spending, however, Anzhi failed to win a single major trophy either in Russia or abroad meaning that Kerimov, frustrated by this lack of success, decided to reduce his investment in the club, which meant that some of Anzhi's top players were sold, including Willian and Eto'o to Chelsea.

Despite the improving figures, UEFA revealed that five top clubs were still at serious risk of being found guilty of breaching the FFP rules after the first accounting period in the Spring of , and warned that it was likely that legal action lay ahead.

Michel Platini said, "The devil is in the detail and we're trying to get to grips with this devil. Our committees will decide in May next year to check on their goodwill and validity and this will lead to decisions that will end up in court eventually.

The most difficult cases will be when we have to look at where the budget must be respected. It's a new challenge for us.

We can expect trucks full of folders and papers! Chairman Bruce Buck said that, "A long-term objective was financial sustainability, and the subsequent implementation of Financial Fair Play by UEFA and by the Premier League has brought that to the top of the agenda for football clubs.

We are pleased therefore that we will meet the stipulations set down by UEFA in their first assessment period. By our own analysis, we are progressing from a commercial viewpoint as well as continuing to add trophies to our collection, which we never lose sight of as our most important goal.

But when Manchester City revealed their own set of accounts for the same period on 29 January , also claiming to have met the FFP break-even rule, there were concerns that they would come under intense scrutiny from the UEFA Club Financial Control Body.

The sale of player image rights to an external company has never been attempted by a football club before, [] since they are normally considered as an integral part of their own income, part of which is retained by the player and separated from his salary for tax reasons.

In addition, the club will have to prove that whichever organisation bought its intellectual property rights received fair value for their investment, and that the figure has not been merely agreed with a related party as a device to help overcome the break even principle.

In , a new potential sanction was introduced allowing a club to be retrospectively stripped of a European title if they were later found to have overspent in the process of winning it.

One allows clubs to "plea bargain" sanctions imposed to punish them overspending. The second change provides clubs with the right to challenge plea bargains if they feel they have been negatively affected by the outcome.

In early March, it was also announced that only clubs taking part in European competition during the —14 season will be initially assessed for compliance with the break even rule; the remaining clubs would not be assessed until the following autumn.

In late February , UEFA announced that of the clubs whose accounts were being assessed for compliance with the break even rule over the two year monitoring period, 76 were being investigated and might later face sanctions.

The 76 clubs had been asked to provide the CFCB with updated financial information, and those involved in the more serious cases would be identified in April when the second, judging chamber of the CFCB would decide on and announce the first sanctions.

It was believed that many of the infringements would be found to be quite minor and action would eventually be dropped. All verdicts would be published by June ahead of the qualifying round draws for the —15 Champions League and Europa League competitions, though several clubs were expected to challenge their sanctions at the CAS before the group stage draws in late August.

We are not afraid of them being contested. On 28 April , it was revealed that the initial list of clubs thought to be in danger of failing the break-even rule had been whittled down to less than 20 clubs and that Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain were among them.

It was also disclosed that UEFA had rejected both club's arguments that the sponsorship deals and other declared income streams were legitimate, and that talks were ongoing around potential plea bargains on sanctions.

On 16 May , UEFA announced that they agreed to settlements with nine clubs after Financial Fair Play investigations, with sanctions ranging from break-even targets e.

Later, it was agreed that the money generated from the fines would be split among the Champions League and Europa League clubs who had complied with the rules during the —14 season and the —15 season.

Following the announcement of the sanctions in May, Manchester City argued that they should not have been penalised for making losses when they are debt free.

N Sport, "What City did is no different to what United have done over the last couple of transfer windows but the point is it is their money and they should be able to do what they want with it.

A statement by the Supporters' Club read, "Our members are consumers of the football product and it is as such that they denounce the EU competition law infringements caused by the UEFA break-even requirement.

Far from implementing a true 'financial fair play,' this rule is in fact a prohibition to invest that prevents ambitious owners to develop their clubs, that therefore shields the established European elite from being challenged this elite being unsurprisingly the main sponsors of the UEFA rule and that, consequently, puts additional financial pressure on supporters higher prices and lower quality.

Like Manchester City, the French champions Paris Saint-Germain also agreed not to increase their wage bill for the next two campaigns and believed the sanctions to have been improper.

It stops new investors from coming into football. It protects the big clubs and obliges the smaller ones to remain small clubs. If investors are prevented from coming into football, they will invest in Formula One or elsewhere.

It is not good for football. We are ready to work within the rules but I hope UEFA are going to change it next year because a lot of clubs have complained.

I hope a solution can be found. But coming soon after the fine, the move was still seen as deliberately provocative by Michel Platini.

A senior source said, "There is a perception that Platini doesn't want to take Paris Saint-Germain on because they are a French club. But the reality is he and others are fuming at the way they seem to be carrying on spending despite already being fined.

There is a real resolution within UEFA and among the other clubs to impose a Champions League ban on any club that carries on playing outside the rules.

UEFA scheduled a meeting for 13 October, where affected clubs could make their views known and to discuss possible amendments to the FFP rules.

We shouldn't really think that the finances of clubs are in good order. Proper assessment of financial fair play can only be done when a balance has been reached after several years.

We're certainly not out of the woods and UEFA will continue to implement this project very seriously.

In early September, it was revealed that UEFA had agreed to slacken the terms of the restrictions placed on Manchester City ordering them to reduce their Champions League squad from 25 to 21 players.

But following pressure from the club and the player union FIFPro , which claimed that the governing body could be guilty of creating a restriction of movement for players that would be against EU law, UEFA had allowed Manchester City to reduce their total non-overseas quota to five to compensate them for reduced squad numbers.

This meant that the club had to include only one player developed at their own academy in their squad, as opposed to four that other clubs had to include, the remaining four of the quota being from the easier to find "association-trained" category.

After what it admitted were "full and frank" discussions with the clubs on 13 October, where Manchester City's chief executive Ferran Soriano argued that the current three-year monitoring period for the break-even test should be extended by up to seven years, UEFA confirmed that it had agreed to consider proposals put forward by both Manchester City and PSG to changing the basis of the FFP rules which focus exclusively on preventing clubs recording annual losses and to make debt reduction a part of any change to the rules.

But certainly, the question of debt is something that can be put on the table. On 11 September , due to improved financial conditions, the sanctions on Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain were partially lifted.

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The subsequent victories of Newcastle United and Arsenal and a second win for Leeds United saw English clubs winning the last four Fairs Cup tournaments.

The last final saw Leeds United declared winners on away goals after drawing with Juventus 3—3 on aggregate.

By replacing the trophy, renaming the competition, and revising the entry regulations, UEFA effectively ended the Fairs Cup. Among the changes was the abandonment of the "one city one team" rule, which had had a particularly bad effect on English entrants for —70, when Liverpool 2nd , Arsenal 4th , Southampton 7th , and Newcastle United 9th-also holders got the places, at the expense of Everton 3rd , Chelsea 5th , Tottenham Hotspur 6th , and West Ham United 8th.

Everton that year, having come 4th, would have been excluded from the competition due to Liverpool's 2nd-place finish. On 22 September , a one-off match was played between the first ever winners FC Barcelona and the last ever winners Leeds United of the Fairs Cup, to decide who would gain permanent possession of the original trophy.

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All of the biggest five leagues within the regions administered by UEFA i. The big Italian clubs continued to rely heavily on TV money from the Champions League; however, one qualifying place had been lost to the German Bundesliga for the —12 season due to the recent poor performances of their sides in the competition and there was now increasing concern at the stagnant growth of Serie A club's match-day income, sponsorship and merchandising.

Particularly worrying was the state of Juventus', finances. Again, 20 years previously Inter's revenues had actually exceeded that of Real Madrid but now totalled only around half that of their huge Spanish rival.

That means cutting costs and increasing revenues. Inter sporting director Marco Branca admitted that the club could no longer afford the fees paid in the past, declaring, "We have to organise our finances for the financial fair play rules in the next two years.

We are looking for younger players now with great talent who we can develop. There will no longer be patrons that can intervene.

Until now people like Berlusconi and Moratti would be able to support us, but with the fair play it will no longer be possible.

On 20 March , it was announced that UEFA and the European Commission had signed a joint agreement intended to prevent clubs using the EU legal system to challenge the validity of FFP, for example by claiming that it conflicted with anti-competition legislation.

The European Union — who acknowledged the unique "specificity of sport" in the Treaty of Lisbon — policy on sport stated "good governance in sport is a condition for the autonomy and self-regulation of sport organisations".

The rules will protect the interests of individual clubs and players as well as football in Europe as a whole". UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino said, "Let us be clear, this is not a new law … if anyone was thinking of filing some sort of complaint saying FFP somehow restricts European competition law they would have to file it to the Commission.

This is a big milestone in the enforcement of the break-even principle" []. Despite the team finishing fourth in La Liga ahead of schedule, earning a place in the Champions League, Al-Thani, a member of Qatar's royal family, abruptly announced that he had had enough of the uneven distribution of TV revenue in Spain and of criticism by the media, and was now no longer willing to bank-roll the club.

We then thought about the Financial Fair Play… so we had to accept it with weeping hearts. It was impossible for us to turn down the offer.

It has saved us a lot of money in transfers and wages, meaning our finances are secure for many years to come. We will save million euros in two years.

In July, there were renewed concerns that wealthy clubs might try to bypass FFP when Chelsea signed a "commercially confidential" three-year deal under which Russian oil and gas giant Gazprom would become Chelsea's "global energy partner".

Some commentators pointed to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich's sale of his controlling stake in oil company Sibneft to Gazprom as possibly infringing UEFA rules defining "related-party transactions" as including those where clubs could potentially exert "significant influence" over clubs' sponsors.

Such a move would allow domestic sanctions to be taken over and above any measures taken by UEFA to curb excessive spending by clubs.

There are a lot of clubs within the league that support financial fair play. Even the big clubs now are saying we have to get to grips with costs.

The proposal was not unanimously agreed. Manchester City said that it would prefer to manage their business as they saw fit, while Fulham , who had in the past enjoyed significant financial support from their owner Mohamed Al-Fayed , said that such a plan might "kill the dreams" of other clubs.

It was decided that various possible changes would be discussed over the coming months, with one possibility being the full adoption of the FFP rules in to the Premier League's own rules.

Such a change, however, would require a 14—6 majority by club chairmen. However, UEFA did not specify which article s they failed. However, the club were also sued by Matteo Ferrari for overdue wages, and news reports claimed that Manuel Fernandes had submitted a transfer request after the club failed to pay his wages.

BJKAS , the list portion of the club, had a negative equity on 29 February for negative TL ,, [] The listed company also recorded a successive net loss in consolidated accounts: TL 12,, —07 , TL 1,, —08 , [] TL 29,, —09 [] TL 48,, —10 [] TL ,, —11 [] and most recently TL 84,, in the first nine months of —12 season.

It was reported that Bursaspor had overdue debt to Portsmouth Collins Mbesuma. Meanwhile, another Süper Lig club, Trabzonspor , announced plans to greatly boost their annual income in order to both meet FFP and to provide a guaranteed revenue stream to allow then to expand onto the European stage when they received approval to build a 28 megawatt hydroelectric power plant in the hills above their Black Sea home of Trabzon.

Amid predictions that the huge windfall would spark a renewed wave of excessive transfer spending, the chief executive of the Premier League, Richard Scudamore, expressed his hope that the money would not merely find its way into the pockets of players and their agents and that clubs would use the opportunity to reduce their debts and bring their businesses onto a more secure financial footing, as demanded by FFP.

It should also be able to achieve sustainability. Priority number one is retain and attract top talent but there ought to be a way of doing that while achieving sustainability.

Some of it ought to be used to reduce losses" []. The penalty was to temporarily withhold prize money from 23 clubs after they failed to comply with the rules.

It was announced later that 16 of the 23 clubs facing potential prize money withholding had nevertheless received their prize money from European competition as a result of managing to settle their debts before the 30 September deadline.

Since the original 11 September action by UEFA, two other clubs faced action as their situation with overdue payments had deteriorated between June and September The ban would be applicable for the next three seasons i.

The Cultural Affairs, Education and Sport Commission set up the inquiry with Thierry Braillard, the deputy for the Rhone region, given the task to lead the inquiry.

The commission will focus in particular on the financing of clubs like Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco by Qatari or Russian investors, and the fairness of that in relation to their opponents in domestic competition.

The inquiry would last up to four months and would also look at how the preparations for UEFA Euro would be affected.

In early February UEFA reminded clubs that they would be expected to prove that they were not trying to bypass FFP by entering into inflated sponsorship deals with parties closely associated with their owners.

As with the Manchester City agreement with Etihad Airlines, the news was met with considerable criticism in view of the ownership of the club by members of the Qatari royal family; however, PSG club president Nasser al-Khelaifi refused to accept that the club was doing anything wrong, telling L'Equipe , "We have been building an international brand.

This deal is a strong symbol. Qatar have benefited a lot from their investments in PSG…it's necessary to become one of the great European clubs. Other clubs have invested for 20 years.

We have been there for a year and a half and now we must stop pouring money? It would be unfair. Two were believed to be Chelsea and Manchester City.

We have a regulation which speaks about fair value of deals and the fact that a related party cannot just inject money into a club directly or indirectly.

Infantino said that there were signs that rules already in force to ensure clubs paid their bills on time and the looming enforcement of the break-even rule were having an effect.

On 7 February , the FA Premier League in England agreed to new financial regulations in the wake of the big upcoming new TV deal and pressure from both the government and supporters.

Clubs are restricted on how much of the Premier League Central Funds they receive that they can spend on player wages. On 11 April , these new rules were ratified at a summit in London and added to the Premier League rulebook.

Fourteen of the 20 clubs voted in favour, five voted against while Swansea City were the only club to abstain altogether.

A later statement by Striani, who has represented a number of Premier League players, claimed that, "The rules will lead to restrictions in terms of investment, will diminish the number of player transfers that take place and will also bring down the revenues of player agents…This rule also impacts upon the right to free movement of capital, to free movement of workers and to the free availability of services.

Financial fair play will further increase the gap between big clubs and smaller teams. I mainly work with the latter, hence my concerns. I don't know whether other agents share my opinion or whether clubs will follow my example, but I'm confident about the outcome.

First, because we have the best lawyers working for us but also because FFP has been agreed by all of the clubs, associations and the European Commission.

These haven't been imposed. It is believed that any final judgement may be as long as five years; however, Daniel Geey, a competition and football law specialist at Field Fisher Waterhouse, commented, "This is significant.

Now it must undertake an objective assessment of whether, among other things, FFP is anti-competitive. The complaint will either be upheld, leading the Commission into negotiations with UEFA and possible formal proceedings or be rejected, which could lead to a further court challenge.

Either way this won't be a quick process and in the meantime UEFA will make licensing decisions based on the FFP break-even regulations.

On 20 May , it was announced that the EC had rejected the complaint and did not intend to investigate it any further. The EC argued that the financial fair play rules apply to clubs, not to players' agents, and therefore Striani had no legitimate interest in complaining about them.

A spokesman said, "UEFA is very pleased that this decision by the European Commission upholds all aspects of the financial fair play regulations. He said that the club were implementing a new playing structure under director of football Txiki Begiristain and pointed to the club's recent rise to number seven in the Deloitte Rich List.

On 20 September, it was announced that UEFA had withheld the prize money of six clubs for outstanding payments that had not been paid.

UEFA also released the prize money to the six clubs that had their prize money initially withheld. Across all of the "big five" top divisions of Europe, gross spending by clubs was again significantly higher that during the previous year.

From to , Anzhi Makhachkala were big spenders since Suleyman Kerimov bought the club outright on 18 January Despite this spending, however, Anzhi failed to win a single major trophy either in Russia or abroad meaning that Kerimov, frustrated by this lack of success, decided to reduce his investment in the club, which meant that some of Anzhi's top players were sold, including Willian and Eto'o to Chelsea.

Despite the improving figures, UEFA revealed that five top clubs were still at serious risk of being found guilty of breaching the FFP rules after the first accounting period in the Spring of , and warned that it was likely that legal action lay ahead.

Michel Platini said, "The devil is in the detail and we're trying to get to grips with this devil. Our committees will decide in May next year to check on their goodwill and validity and this will lead to decisions that will end up in court eventually.

The most difficult cases will be when we have to look at where the budget must be respected. It's a new challenge for us. We can expect trucks full of folders and papers!

Chairman Bruce Buck said that, "A long-term objective was financial sustainability, and the subsequent implementation of Financial Fair Play by UEFA and by the Premier League has brought that to the top of the agenda for football clubs.

We are pleased therefore that we will meet the stipulations set down by UEFA in their first assessment period. By our own analysis, we are progressing from a commercial viewpoint as well as continuing to add trophies to our collection, which we never lose sight of as our most important goal.

But when Manchester City revealed their own set of accounts for the same period on 29 January , also claiming to have met the FFP break-even rule, there were concerns that they would come under intense scrutiny from the UEFA Club Financial Control Body.

The sale of player image rights to an external company has never been attempted by a football club before, [] since they are normally considered as an integral part of their own income, part of which is retained by the player and separated from his salary for tax reasons.

In addition, the club will have to prove that whichever organisation bought its intellectual property rights received fair value for their investment, and that the figure has not been merely agreed with a related party as a device to help overcome the break even principle.

In , a new potential sanction was introduced allowing a club to be retrospectively stripped of a European title if they were later found to have overspent in the process of winning it.

One allows clubs to "plea bargain" sanctions imposed to punish them overspending. The second change provides clubs with the right to challenge plea bargains if they feel they have been negatively affected by the outcome.

In early March, it was also announced that only clubs taking part in European competition during the —14 season will be initially assessed for compliance with the break even rule; the remaining clubs would not be assessed until the following autumn.

In late February , UEFA announced that of the clubs whose accounts were being assessed for compliance with the break even rule over the two year monitoring period, 76 were being investigated and might later face sanctions.

The 76 clubs had been asked to provide the CFCB with updated financial information, and those involved in the more serious cases would be identified in April when the second, judging chamber of the CFCB would decide on and announce the first sanctions.

It was believed that many of the infringements would be found to be quite minor and action would eventually be dropped. All verdicts would be published by June ahead of the qualifying round draws for the —15 Champions League and Europa League competitions, though several clubs were expected to challenge their sanctions at the CAS before the group stage draws in late August.

We are not afraid of them being contested. On 28 April , it was revealed that the initial list of clubs thought to be in danger of failing the break-even rule had been whittled down to less than 20 clubs and that Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain were among them.

It was also disclosed that UEFA had rejected both club's arguments that the sponsorship deals and other declared income streams were legitimate, and that talks were ongoing around potential plea bargains on sanctions.

On 16 May , UEFA announced that they agreed to settlements with nine clubs after Financial Fair Play investigations, with sanctions ranging from break-even targets e.

Later, it was agreed that the money generated from the fines would be split among the Champions League and Europa League clubs who had complied with the rules during the —14 season and the —15 season.

Following the announcement of the sanctions in May, Manchester City argued that they should not have been penalised for making losses when they are debt free.

N Sport, "What City did is no different to what United have done over the last couple of transfer windows but the point is it is their money and they should be able to do what they want with it.

A statement by the Supporters' Club read, "Our members are consumers of the football product and it is as such that they denounce the EU competition law infringements caused by the UEFA break-even requirement.

Far from implementing a true 'financial fair play,' this rule is in fact a prohibition to invest that prevents ambitious owners to develop their clubs, that therefore shields the established European elite from being challenged this elite being unsurprisingly the main sponsors of the UEFA rule and that, consequently, puts additional financial pressure on supporters higher prices and lower quality.

Like Manchester City, the French champions Paris Saint-Germain also agreed not to increase their wage bill for the next two campaigns and believed the sanctions to have been improper.

It stops new investors from coming into football. It protects the big clubs and obliges the smaller ones to remain small clubs.

If investors are prevented from coming into football, they will invest in Formula One or elsewhere. It is not good for football. We are ready to work within the rules but I hope UEFA are going to change it next year because a lot of clubs have complained.

I hope a solution can be found. But coming soon after the fine, the move was still seen as deliberately provocative by Michel Platini.

A senior source said, "There is a perception that Platini doesn't want to take Paris Saint-Germain on because they are a French club.

But the reality is he and others are fuming at the way they seem to be carrying on spending despite already being fined. There is a real resolution within UEFA and among the other clubs to impose a Champions League ban on any club that carries on playing outside the rules.

UEFA scheduled a meeting for 13 October, where affected clubs could make their views known and to discuss possible amendments to the FFP rules.

We shouldn't really think that the finances of clubs are in good order. Proper assessment of financial fair play can only be done when a balance has been reached after several years.

We're certainly not out of the woods and UEFA will continue to implement this project very seriously. In early September, it was revealed that UEFA had agreed to slacken the terms of the restrictions placed on Manchester City ordering them to reduce their Champions League squad from 25 to 21 players.

But following pressure from the club and the player union FIFPro , which claimed that the governing body could be guilty of creating a restriction of movement for players that would be against EU law, UEFA had allowed Manchester City to reduce their total non-overseas quota to five to compensate them for reduced squad numbers.

This meant that the club had to include only one player developed at their own academy in their squad, as opposed to four that other clubs had to include, the remaining four of the quota being from the easier to find "association-trained" category.

After what it admitted were "full and frank" discussions with the clubs on 13 October, where Manchester City's chief executive Ferran Soriano argued that the current three-year monitoring period for the break-even test should be extended by up to seven years, UEFA confirmed that it had agreed to consider proposals put forward by both Manchester City and PSG to changing the basis of the FFP rules which focus exclusively on preventing clubs recording annual losses and to make debt reduction a part of any change to the rules.

But certainly, the question of debt is something that can be put on the table. On 11 September , due to improved financial conditions, the sanctions on Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain were partially lifted.

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Archived from the original on 1 March Retrieved 8 July Retrieved 16 January The first competition included a group stage and also featured some city representative teams instead of clubs.

The eventual finalists were the city of Barcelona and a London XI. While the latter side consisted of players from 11 different clubs, the former was effectively FC Barcelona with one player from RCD Espanyol.

After a 2—2 draw at Stamford Bridge , Barcelona emerged triumphant after winning the return 6—0. A second tournament took place between and This time, the group stage format was abandoned in favour of a knockout tournament.

Barcelona retained the cup, beating Birmingham City 4—1 in the final. The third tournament was held over the course of the —61 season and all subsequent tournaments were completed over one season.

During the early days of European competition, these tournaments were effectively rivals and there was little or no co-ordination between the administrators running them.

The European Cup quickly established itself as the premier club competition, largely because it had the advantage of featuring national league champions and was completed in a single season from the very start.

The efforts of Barcelona ended in failure in both competitions. In the Fairs Cup quarter-finals, they lost 7—6 on aggregate to Hibernian , while in the European Cup, they were beaten in the final by Benfica.

Roma took three games to beat Hibernian in the semi-finals before they progressed to the final. Birmingham City reached their second final in two years but once again they were defeated.

After a 2—2 draw at home, they lost 2—0 to Roma in the return. The —62 season saw the rules amended to allow three teams from each country to enter.

The "one city, one team" rule was temporarily abandoned and two teams represented each of Edinburgh , Milan, and Barcelona respectively Hibernian and Heart of Midlothian , Internazionale and A.

This increase in teams resulted in Spanish teams continuing to dominate the competition. These three clubs won the competition six times between them from to The Fairs Cup saw three all-Spanish finals in , , and The final saw Valencia CF beat FC Barcelona 7—3 on aggregate and in they retained the title after beating Dinamo Zagreb with a 4—1 aggregate score.

They reached their third final in but lost 2—1 to Real Zaragoza in a single game at the Camp Nou. The tournament saw a record entry of 48 teams, testimony to the growing status of the Fairs Cup.

It also produced only the second final not to feature a Spanish team. The competition attracted attention for all the wrong reasons.

Chelsea were pelted with rubbish at Roma and Leeds United fought a bruising encounter with Valencia CF which ended with three dismissals.

Leeds also had Johnny Giles sent off in the semi-final against Real Zaragoza. The tournament saw the emergence of English clubs with Leeds United reaching the final.

The subsequent victories of Newcastle United and Arsenal and a second win for Leeds United saw English clubs winning the last four Fairs Cup tournaments.

The last final saw Leeds United declared winners on away goals after drawing with Juventus 3—3 on aggregate. By replacing the trophy, renaming the competition, and revising the entry regulations, UEFA effectively ended the Fairs Cup.

Among the changes was the abandonment of the "one city one team" rule, which had had a particularly bad effect on English entrants for —70, when Liverpool 2nd , Arsenal 4th , Southampton 7th , and Newcastle United 9th-also holders got the places, at the expense of Everton 3rd , Chelsea 5th , Tottenham Hotspur 6th , and West Ham United 8th.

Everton that year, having come 4th, would have been excluded from the competition due to Liverpool's 2nd-place finish. On 22 September , a one-off match was played between the first ever winners FC Barcelona and the last ever winners Leeds United of the Fairs Cup, to decide who would gain permanent possession of the original trophy.

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