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SBD Global/April 16, 2014/International Football
Rival Clubs Could Challenge Man City's FFP Sanctions If Penalties Seen As Too Lenient
Published April 16, 2014
MAKING THE EFFORT: In London, Rory Smith reported Man City has "been involved in a frank, constructive dialogue" with UEFA for many months as it attempts to meet the FFP guidelines, and it believes its “direction of travel” will also be taken into account. The club may have lost £149M in two seasons, but its losses, according to its latest accounts, "were down" from £97.9M to £51.6M in the last year. UEFA "has made clear that those attempting to meet FFP will be treated more kindly than those making no such effort" (LONDON TIMES, 4/15).