Daniel Geey’s top ten tips for understanding UEFA Financial Fair Play
Published 22 January 2013 By: Daniel Geey
I thought it would be useful with Financial Fair Play (FFP) entering into mainstream football discussion to briefly set out my top ten tips to help understand the key concepts.
1) The FFP regulations not only ensures that clubs break-even. They cover a wide range of licensing conditions which are overseen initially by national football associations. Such requirements include ensuring clubs pay their debts in a timely manner.
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