Premier League cost control and sustainability provisions published
Published 20 November 2013 By: Daniel Geey
The Premier League (PL) published its latest handbook in August which contained two important cost control and profitability and sustainability provisions. The PL does not use the term Financial Fair Play (FFP) to characterise their new rules but they bear some of the hallmarks of break-even which are prominent in the UEFA and Football League FFP provisions.
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