Current UEFA issues: FFP, TV distribution & third party ownership
Published 03 August 2012 By: Daniel Geey
Over the last week, a number of inter-related football regulatory issues have arisen. Some of these major talking points will have significance for how European clubs and national associations continue to engage with UEFA.
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