[b]Paolo Ciabattini[/b], author of the book "[b]Winning with the Financial Fair Play[/b]" explains in a few words what is the [b]Financial Fair Play[/b]
"It 'a regulatory system that requires club to conduct fair, just and fair in terms of economic and financial accounting. Are a hundred pages of legislation which require: that the costs do not exceed the maximum permitted deviation with respect to revenues and debts are paid on time. "
[b]Who will address these two rules?[/b]
"The first (cost-benefit) will impact on the strategies of the top clubs that often close the budget with big losses. There will be a first monitoring period (2011-13) and losses will be allowed 45 million in two years. From 2018 / 19 scheme will monitor the legislation of three years with deviation allowed is 30 million. The second (debt) instead regards medium and small clubs that do not have the patron of turn or do not easily get credit from banks such as the Spanish. While the first will be reflected from 2014/15, the second is already active.[b]Besiktas[/b] and [b]PAOK[/b] are the first victims, and were excluded from the Uefa competitions for the qualification in the next five years "
[b]So how is it that Paris Saint Germain invests certain figures with ease?[/b]
"Just risks. In 2011, [b]PSG[/b] has ended budget balanced, while not official data, it is easy to think that the 2012 will close with a heavy loss. He has no problem in economic terms because the owners are very rich but they will surely have respect to Fair Play Financial. The income of the Champions League will not be enough to bring them within the maximum allowable loss ".
[b]But risks something or they just need the sheik at the end?[/b]
"No, absolutely not enough. The role of the patron will be much reduced in coverage of losses and limit the maximum permitted deviation from the [b]PSF[/b]. May continue to invest money in infrastructure funding that will generate increased revenues as a result. Who does not respect The legislation still in serious danger of exclusion from European competition. With these numbers around, today, [b]the PSG in 2014/15 will be excluded from European competition[/b]. "
[b]The City, the Spanish, the PSG ... there is some risk that something big in the near future?[/b]
"Manchester City in 2011 showed a loss of 225 million euros, the revenues will increase significantly in 2012 and 2013. This does not allow them to fall within the parameters and the loss of two years will be over 45 million allowed. The [b]PSG[/b] with these market operations will be far outside the parameters, whereas [b]Real[/b] and [b]Barca[/b] at the moment do not have big problems because they have the revenue growth and cost. "
[b]And the Italians?[/b]
" [b]Inter[/b] are looking to make a sensational comeback began in 2007 when [b]216 million accumulated loss[/b]. The sale of [b]Sneijder[/b] would help a lot in this regard. The [b]British[/b] instead benefit from the new television contract (3, 5 million pounds per year) that will bring an increase in the clubs of 30-50 million euros. This impact plus the winning of the Champions will save [b]Chelsea[/b]. "
[b]So today Psg, Manchester City and the other, what a serious danger?[/b]
"The penalties compared to the 2011-13 will range from UEFA awards to the reduction or the suspension of the market players to the exclusion from European competitions for a year or two. Depend on the deviation compared to the losses allowed".
The real problem is that The Federations is about politics not football, they talk about money..and they go where the big money is... and Platini even if is an ex-player makes no difference..
[quote="pablo212"]Too be honest never really looked into but if people think that getting paid £100,000 plus a week for kicking a football around is good then i must be insane for thinking otherwise lol. Although i have never bought a football shirt a ticket or anything so i never contribute to their wages in that way so no skin of my back if i really want to watch a match that is not on normal telly i'll go the pub if not there is always match of the day but nowadays i really don't bother i don't want to watch it to see S***pool get beat 2 - 0 by bottom of the league the week after we beat Man Utd. They can be so annoying.[/quote]
The big money for clubs and players comes from Pay-tv, not from tickets or t-shirts, i hope Platini next year ( when he will become the new FIFA President ) will introduce a salary cap as well as the fifa fair play...
According to italian press , [b]Roman Abramovich[/b] has offered [b]44mln €[/b] to take home [b]Edinson Cavani[/b].. a couple of weeks ago [b]Aurelio De Laurentis[/b] ( presindet of Napoli ) said that he wiil not sell [b]Cavani[/b] for less than [b]50 mln €[/b] . [b]Edinson Cavani[/b], 31 yrs old, has scored[b] 66 goals[/b] in the last two seasons in Italy
According to Mino Raiola, Ibrahimovic's agent, said that the agreement between the French and the Swedish is anything but imminent: "All done with PSG? In Italy you invent things, we are far away, or rather we are far as America to China"
The manager and Zlatan want a four-year contract and would ask for up to 14 million per season hiring.
[quote="αSBø™"][b]Fifa leaders 'knew millions of pounds had been paid to officials'[/b]
Fifa's leaders knew senior officials had been paid millions of pounds in bribes, according to a court document.
Former president Joao Havelange and executive committee member Ricardo Teixeira were named on Wednesday as having been paid huge sums by Fifa's former marketing partner ISL.
[b]Neither were disciplined by Fifa.
Instead, Fifa paid £1.64m (2.5million Swiss francs) compensation to a Swiss court on the condition criminal proceedings were dropped.[/b]
[i](BBC Sport) : http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/18813156[/i][/quote]
[b]the whole world of football sucks today[/b]
I don't know much about Fifa Fair Play, but for what i know it's about the financial conditions of the clubs.. if a club ( like City or PSG or Chelsea or russian Anzhi ) have a good financial balance it's ok, it doesn't matter how much money they throw for a player, but they must not have the budget in red. At the moment i don't know which club is in this conditions ( Barcellona, Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Milan A.C. not for sure )
Yes but this is the power of money. Italian clubs are in financial difficulties due to poor management of budgets, clubs have not evolved (like English did 10 years ago). Monstrous salaries for mid-level players, and an almost total lack of exploitation of the youth sector and now this is the prize
The deal of the summer is about to close.[b] AC Milan[/b], this time, can not say no to the dizzy offer from the sheikhs of the [b]Psg[/b] and was forced to sell its champions. A shot from [b]170 million €[/b] for [b]Milan A.C.[/b], having cashed [b]62 million €[/b], would save [b]108 million €[/b] from the salary of two ([b]48[/b] from [b]Ibra[/b] and [b]60 million gross[/b] for [b]Thiago[/b]). Everything is done, missing only the details as the "yes" of the Swedish striker who has taken time to consider the offer and the French project. For both long-term contracts are ready to be [b]9 million € net per season[/b]. The decision comes in the next few hours and [b]Ancelotti[/b] awaits them with open arms.
According to L'Equipe, PSG will relaunch the tractive to bring Thiago Silva in Paris, entering into negotiations also Zlatan Ibrahimovic, with a range of 60 mlns €
Mario Gotze at Ibiza...Is Leo Messi inside his pants??[:Qlol][:Qlol][:Qlol][:Qlol][:Qlol]
[quote="pakipc"]AC Milan have made an offer of £20 million for the Man City striker Edin Dzeko.(Daily Mirror)[/quote]
In Italy the press says that thay want [b]Carlitos Tevez[/b], selling both [b]Thiago Silva[/b] and [b]Zlatan Ibrahimovic[/b] to [b]PSG[/b]
The Russian club [b]Anzhi[/b], has offered [b]25mln €[/b] to [b]Inter F.C.[/b] for [b]Wesley Sneijder[/b] which will sign a [b]15mln € per year[/b] contract
According to "Daily Mail", the Red Devils are in the course to present to St. Paul a 38 mln € bid for Lucas Moura, with a delegation from the club expected today in Brazil to officially start a negotiation.