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  • No clubs facing FFP European expulsion - Platini

    No clubs facing FFP European expulsion - Platini

    Reuters
    No clubs facing FFP European expulsion - Platini

    No clubs can expect to be expelled from European competition next season for breaking financial fair play rules, UEFA president Michel Platini said in an interview on Thursday. UEFA's Financial Fair Play (FFP) policy, designed to stop clubs spending more than they generate, comes into effect next season with a maximum penalty of exclusion from the Champions League or Europa League slapped on those failing to comply. …

  • Platini: No Champs League bans in 1st FFP cases

    Platini: No Champs League bans in 1st FFP cases

    Associated Press
    Platini: No Champs League bans in 1st FFP cases

    PARIS (AP) — Clubs won't be excluded from next season's Champions League for breaking "Financial Fair Play" rules, according to UEFA President Michel Platini …

  • Manchester City & PSG will not be banned from Champions League over FFP, insists Platini

    Manchester City & PSG will not be banned from Champions League over FFP, insists Platini

    GOAL.com
    Manchester City & PSG will not be banned from Champions League over FFP, insists Platini

    The Frenchman has made it clear that there will be tough sanctions for those who don't comply with the rules, but no teams will be excluded from European competitions …

  • Suarez: We have surprised ourselves

    Suarez: We have surprised ourselves

    GOAL.com
    Suarez: We have surprised ourselves

    The Liverpool striker has scored 30 goals as the club have charged to the top of the table and he believes even the players have been taken aback by their success this season …

  • Clubs face 'tough' sanctions breaking financial rules, UEFA says

    Clubs face 'tough' sanctions breaking financial rules, UEFA says

    AFP News
    Clubs face 'tough' sanctions breaking financial rules, UEFA says

    UEFA will take "tough" action against top European clubs whose financing is being investigated, but none risks a Champions League ban, UEFA chief Michael Platini said Thursday. Media reports have said England's Manchester City and Paris St Germain of France face particular scrutiny from the UEFA inquiry. We are going to take this to the end," Platini told Le Parisien newspaper in an interview. Platini did not mention any team that faces sanctions but said he was "not sure" that Paris St …