Initial thoughts on the Football League Championship Clubs tweak to their Financial Regulations
Published 10 November 2014 By: Daniel Geey
On the 06th November 2014, representatives at an EGM of the Football League’s 24 Championship clubs voted in favour of a new set of new financial regulations which will, in two seasons, replace their previous financial fair play regulations (FFPRs).
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- Tags: England | Financial Fair Play | Football | Football League | Governance | Premier League | Regulation | United Kingdom (UK)
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