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    www.bbc.co.uk/sport/amp/football/47490375

  • #2
    All the top clubs probably with exception of Arsenal are guilty, Man city will get a 50.00 fine and let off as they play nice football. where as the poor old common fan get rammed up the jacksy a fine they cant afford and sent to hell.

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    • #3
      It's like Chelsea transfer ban, they got enough players out on loan of quality they don't need to buy for years,just recall
      Chelmsford City the home of Radio

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      • #4
        Bigger the club the more scared the authorities are that the club will get a consortium together of similar sized club and form their own league. Plus owners/major sponsors of big clubs are powerful in their home country, countries that often end up winning the world cup bids.

        Thus a suspended sentance and fine of 4.89 paid over 5 years are dished out for overspending by 5000000000000.

        We on the other hand have owners that can't even influence our own council to support a new stadium. No wonder we get told 48m please.

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        • #5
          Swindon's penalty refused promotion , shortly after Spurs were threatend with action taken Allan Sugar responded see you in court ... fA 's response case dropped

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