UEFA fined a number of clubs for non-compliance with FFP rules

UEFA fined a number of clubs for non-compliance with FFP rules

Among the “penalties” are Porto, Galatasaray and Betis

UEFA announced sanctions to a number of clubs for non-compliance with the rules financial fair play (FFP).

13 clubs were subject to disciplinary action due to overdue accounts payable to other football clubs, employees and/or social/tax authorities.

Porto, CSKA Sofia and Vitoria received conditional disqualifications from European competition in case of debt next season. These clubs will be excluded from European competition for the 2024/25, 2025/26 and 2026/27 seasons if the clubs do not meet solvency requirements.

UEFA also imposed monetary fines on debtors. Among them are Adana Demirspor, Braga, Dinamo (Tbilisi), Galatasaray, Partizan, Betis and Riga.

This season, Premier League clubs received a number of sanctions for non-compliance with FFP. Thus, Everton of Ukrainian defender Vitaly Mykolenko lost eight points, and Nottingham Forest “lost” four points.

Source: Sportarena

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