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Tighter Rules Expected For English Clubs

Keir Radnedge from World Sport magazine tells CNN's Justin Armsden that tighter regulations are needed to financially manage football clubs.

The debate follows in the wake of Portsmouth FC and their current financial predicament and ultimate administration.



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 1 2010

Time: 12:36PM

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I see both Liverpool and Chelsea were mentioned alongside us as being the worst offenders. My only worry is that both of those clubs have a stronger global presence and have won trophies regularly. If the regulations are firmly enforced then we need to catch up fast.
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
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01/03/2010 14:02:00

Not worried about this plan of Platters and Blatters - but someone needs to sort out the 'fit and proper' test.
BlueWolfie
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01/03/2010 15:26:00

New regulations come in... mysterious Arabian business sponsor the cutlery in the Man City kitchens for 200 million a season allowing them to meet the requirements.
MCFC_Goatboy
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01/03/2010 15:45:00

If the rags had not have sold Ronnie Boy for $80m they would have been in the same truck. We pay all these high wages, but do we actually get value for money?
buzz lightyear
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01/03/2010 18:12:00

the difference is you and us are not in debt!
Merlin
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01/03/2010 19:56:00

Well we would pass the fit and proper test with flying colours we don't need to worry. Platini would do anything possible to hammer English clubs though. Lets not give him some bait
Once A Blue
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02/03/2010 00:13:00

 

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