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Arsenal Manager Arsène Wenger Suggests Financial Fair Play Has Become Meaningless

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 31 / 15

As the Premier League's richest clubs "contemplate their last lavish moves before the closure of the transfer window," Arsenal Manager Arsène Wenger has "lamented the failure of the FFP experiment," according to Amy Lawrence of the London GUARDIAN. Financial fair play was introduced in '...

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