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Financial Fair Play regulations

Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by Wolves in Limerick, Jan 31, 2015.

  1. Wolves in Limerick

    Wolves in Limerick Just doesn't shut up

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    Mar 2, 2008
    I've just been reading the thread on the Bournemouth v Watford game and these have been mentioned as something that Bournemouth have been exploiting. I'm not conscious of Bournemouth having been large scale spenders in this league. Last season when I visited an Ipswich website I noted a number of fans commenting that these regulations were preventing the club from signing players. Now if my memory serves me right Roy Keane did spend heavily when he took over there but how long do they remain in force? And the real reason I'm opening this thread is that they don't appear to effect us or do they? Fans are continuing to look for new signings and I have not heard the excuse being used by Moxey or Morgan that they are not signing players because of these regulations.
  2. Dan G WWFC

    Dan G WWFC Just doesn't shut up

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    Aug 27, 2013
    It's something I have always had in mind. The reason why I said possibly sell Sako for X million to fund us though the next few windows.

    If you get promoted to the Premiership and you break FFP you will need to pay £40 million and if you stay up and still breaking FFP (Which will be hard as you have just lost £40 million from the start!) you could be removed from the football league!

    This is why its Key to get rid of Doyle and Johnson. But if we don't get promoted next season, Doyle and Johnson and Sako will leave and I could see us ending Bourkars contract. thats over 100k a week on wages saved already! We will be on our last year of parachute payments so I can see us really trying to get promoted and a few more players coming in.
  3. wolvesjoe

    wolvesjoe Just doesn't shut up

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    Feb 1, 2010
    FFP for the Championship is effectively dead from next season. The rules have been massively diluted, so they will no longer have any impact on clubs' spending. We have discussed this before, and I will try and find the reference later.

    This season a club is allowed to use 5m losses, if some is taken as equity.

    Having said that monies spent on youth development and club infrastructure can be taken out of the calculation, so more scope than apparent at first sight.
  4. Urko

    Urko Has a lot to say

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    Nov 24, 2012
    All thanks to Moxey who lobbied for the restrictions to be relaxed.

    Opening the way for Morgan to invest his own money in the playing squad :rolleyes:
  5. waggys left foot

    waggys left foot Just doesn't shut up

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    May 20, 2012
    Ffp in europe is to stop manc and psg ,owned by countries ,from winning everything.

    Ffp in the prem is to stop players and agents siphoning off all the tv money

    Ffp in leagues one and two is to keep clubs alive

    Cant quite figure out what ffp in the chump is meant to do esp when the three relegated come down with mega bucks to allow them to gradually reduce their wage bill.
  6. northnorfolkwolf

    northnorfolkwolf Just doesn't shut up

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    Dec 23, 2006
    I don't get it at all tbh. Man City have all the top players and can still spend around 30 mil on Bony?
  7. Erick1011

    Erick1011 MolMix Poster of the Season 2012-2013

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    Aug 1, 2012
    In stark contrast though, FFP is the reason they sent Negredo out on loan.

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