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    UEFA Club Financial Control Body update on monitoring for 2017/18

    The CFCB Investigatory Chamber provided an update on the monitoring of the settlement agreements signed with 12 clubs in the past years and on the monitoring of the break-even requirement for clubs having participated to UEFA club compétitions 2017/18.

    The UEFA Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) Investigatory Chamber, headed by chief investigator Yves Leterme, today provided an update on the monitoring of the settlement agreements signed with 12 clubs in the past years and on the monitoring of the break-even requirement for clubs having participated to the UEFA club competitions 2017/18.

    Monitoring of the settlement agreements

    The CFCB Investigatory Chamber confirmed that FC Krasnodar, FC Lokomotiv Moscow, AS Monaco FC, AS Roma and FC Zenit St Petersburg have been considered in compliance with the requirements and overall objective of their agreements. Consequently, they have all exited the settlement regime.

    FC Astana, Beşiktaş JK and FC Porto have complied with the targets set for season 2017/18 and will remain in the settlement regime. The settlement regime will continue to apply for season 2018/19 for both FC Astana and Beşiktaş JK; and up to and including season 2020/21 for FC Porto; as originally foreseen.

    The CFCB Investigatory Chamber further concluded that Fenerbahçe SK, FC Internazionale Milano and Trabzonspor AŞ have partially fulfilled the targets set for season 2017/18. As a consequence, the foreseen conditional sporting measures, such as the transfer restrictions and the limitation on the number of players in the List A, will not be lifted and will continue to apply in the season 2018/19. Additional financial contributions, if applicable, will be withheld as specified in each respective agreement. The settlement regime will continue to apply for season 2018/19 for both FC Internazionale Milano and Trabzonspor AŞ; and up to and including season 2019/20 for Fenerbahçe SK; as originally foreseen.

    The CFCB Investigatory Chamber decided to refer the case of FC Rubin Kazan to the CFCB Adjudicatory Chamber as the club breached its settlement agreement signed in May 2014. Indeed, the club failed to comply with the break-even requirement during the monitoring period assessed in the season 2017/18.

    Monitoring of the break-even requirement

    The CFCB Investigatory Chamber further decided to close the investigation into Paris Saint-Germain. Such decision follows a detailed review of transfer contracts and an analysis of the related management accounts which confirmed that such transactions were in line with the UEFA Club Licensing & Financial Fair Play Regulations. Furthermore, the chamber concluded that after significant fair value adjustments of several club sponsorship contracts - on the basis of evaluations performed by independent third party assessors - the break-even result of the club remains within acceptable deviation for the financial years ending in 2015, 2016 and 2017. The financial impact of transfer activities as from the 2017 summer – up to and including the upcoming transfer window - and compliance with the break-even requirement for the 2018 financial year will remain under close scrutiny and will be thoroughly looked at in the coming weeks.

    The CFCB Investigatory Chamber further decided to impose a fine of €100,000 on Olympique de Marseille for a minor breach of the break-even requirement in monitoring period 2017/18. The club will continue to be under monitoring of the break-even requirement for the period 2018/19.

    Finally, the CFCB today announced that two clubs, Galatasaray SK and Maccabi Tel Aviv FC, were not in compliance with the break-even requirement and have agreed to conclude settlement agreements.

    With the conclusion of two new agreements, eight clubs are under the settlement regime in the season 2018/19, i.e., FC Astana, Beşiktaş JK, Fenerbahçe SK, Galatasaray SK, FC Internazionale Milano, Maccabi Tel Aviv, FC Porto and Trabzonspor AŞ.
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    I'm not sure yet what the ramifications are. If it is no loss 18/19 we should be able to do that given how much our revenues have increased the last season and will next

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    Quote Originally Posted by .h. View Post
    I'm not sure yet what the ramifications are. If it is no loss 18/19 we should be able to do that given how much our revenues have increased the last season and will next
    Ok I don't get any of this anymore. I thought the no-loss condition was meant for the 30th June of 2018. And if we'd comly with that condition, restrictions would be lifted (like in the case of Roma and Monaco above). Wasn't that the point of the whole "we can start spending in July" thing?

    But now they bring out this report in mid June saying we are only partially in compliance with the targets.

    Could someone explain this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Ok I don't get any of this anymore. I thought the no-loss condition was meant for the 30th June of 2018. And if we'd comly with that condition, restrictions would be lifted (like in the case of Roma and Monaco above). Wasn't that the point of the whole "we can start spending in July" thing?

    But now they bring out this report in mid June saying we are only partially in compliance with the targets.

    Could someone explain this?
    it's hard to explain as what you wrote is exactly how things are or at least were supposed to be... i'm confused. first of all, i don't get why uefa couldn't wait two more weeks.
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    it'll never end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Ok I don't get any of this anymore. I thought the no-loss condition was meant for the 30th June of 2018. And if we'd comly with that condition, restrictions would be lifted (like in the case of Roma and Monaco above). Wasn't that the point of the whole "we can start spending in July" thing?

    But now they bring out this report in mid June saying we are only partially in compliance with the targets.

    Could someone explain this?
    I guess they're looking at the investigation and concluding it now. I dont really know.

    But with July, we're still going to make like 300, 320 mil euros next season, which means we have more money to spend on the transfer market.

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    The fuck is this bullshit
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    And PSG still spends like it's the end of the world and nothing happens. Fuck UEFA.
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    Wait WTF is this bullshit. The club has almost doubled its revenue in the last 2 seasons but that's still not good enough. I also see that they have closed the investigation into PSG and cleared of breaching financial fair play, eight months well spent. What a joke.

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    Has jube pulled strings at uefa or something? Cos this is straight up bullshit

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    Can we beg to FIFA to convert , lets say 30 crosses per game into 1 goal?

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    It's because we had an agreement, and couldnt stick to it. Pretty simple.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev9Inter View Post
    Wait WTF is this bullshit. The club has almost doubled its revenue in the last 2 seasons but that's still not good enough. I also see that they have closed the investigation into PSG and cleared of breaching financial fair play, eight months well spent. What a joke.
    If this is how UEFA conduct business, fuck them! We are making more money than ever but UEFA still think we haven't compiled while PSG get away from breaking rules on state financing. What's the target because it feels marginal if we somehow only partially fulfilled our targets.


    Quote Originally Posted by danz View Post
    Can we beg to FIFA to convert , lets say 30 crosses per game into 1 goal?

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    UEFA verdict means no Cancelo or Rafinha even after July?

    We cant buy more than we sell. The deals like J.Mario from Sporting is the reason we are in this mess. And we get a shit spitting idiot for that 40M. Thanks alot.

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    Additional financial contributions, if applicable, will be withheld as specified in each respective agreement.
    What exactly means this?!

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    UEFA...WHAT A JOKE OF AN ORGANIZATION...ČEFE IS JUST ANOTHER PUPPET MORON...

    so if we want a player for 30mil we need to sell a player for 30mil as I understand...to make an Uefa list...if we want to play that player in CL

    so...like when JM,GabiG when they weren't allowed to play EL...

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    Someone please enlighten us what is the impact for our incoming transfer market. The key phrase of UEFA's santion is "obligation to be even on outgoing and incoming transfer", so it means that we still need to make a big sacrifice, regardless of the fact that we have increase in sponsorship revenues, to make a big transfer?

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    my interpretation of that is that net transfer spend needs to be 0. Bear in mind our big spend this window has been mainly Bosman so far, though.

    Given this, i wouldnt be surprised if we dont bother trying to get to 0 this season, and do it in July onwards instead. With the planned, say, 40 mil of Youth sales, selling Joao Mario (say 25m), Eder (7m), etc, we could still quite easily have an 80/90 mil euro war chest for spending on players.

    ALSO, worth pointing out, last time we had this breach - the imposition was ONLY ON THE REGISTERED SQUAD. Remember when we left Kdog out of the Europa League? That was why. It might be that the CL squad needs to be 0 net, but not the Serie A.


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