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Paris St. Germain Fans Take UEFA To Court Claiming FFP Should Be Scrapped

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 01 / 15

A group of Ligue 1 side Paris St. Germain supporters have taken UEFA to court "claiming financial fair play should be scrapped," according to Ian Holyman of ESPN. Along with Man City, PSG was one of the clubs "hit hardest when UEFA handed down its first slate of FFP punishments last summer." The clu...

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