UEFA Financial Fair Play Regulations (FFPR) settlements, Striani complaint and EU Law
By Stephen Hornsby
With attentions naturally focused on an evenly balanced and therefore particularly exciting World Cup, where a number of less heralded small countries are holding their own and even defeating much larger rivals, the role of UEFA’s Financial Fair Play Regulations (FFPR) in protecting the magic circle of clubs from new kids on the bloc won’t get the attention it deserves. UEFA’s regulations look likely to be given a qualified pass by the European Commission, who are about to reject a complaint from an agent that is already before the Belgian courts…
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