Inter's Financial Situation

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unfuckingbelievable

Fuck it, who am I kidding?
LOL of course a fucken corrupt entity like uefa embraces that crypto shit...
Also manu sponsored by tezos fucken A man...

I do wonder how long fans will participate in this shit though, a quick check shows that most fan tokens are way underwater from the ICO, once fans bail cause they only loose money the sponsorship of crypto in sports will end rather fast cause whats the use if you dont pull in new suckers into the scheme.
 

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If you got email from Inter, go and answer the questionnaire. They ask about sponsors and there are a lot of questions regarding cryptos and shit. Go and answer and give the worst ratings for anything related to cryptos.
 

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What is this FFP investigation nonsense?
As far as I can tell, absolutely nothing. Every club who has spenty money recently I think are undergoing the same procedure, including Roma, Juve, Milan, etc. There are no sanctions expected at all.

If you're wondering why it's our name that is coming up the most, it's because the media is italian and derby is tomorrow.
 

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If we get something from this, I'm very close to leaning towards pro-Superleague side.
 

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If we get something from this, I'm very close to leaning towards pro-Superleague side.
UEFA just cut ties with Gazprom, gotta start putting the squeeze on their favourite FFP sacrificial lambs (Inter, Roma, Milan) to make up for it.
 

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If Uefa punishes us after letting PSG & Man City get away with it then there are serious BS.
Bring on the super league.
 

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As far as I can tell, absolutely nothing. Every club who has spenty money recently I think are undergoing the same procedure, including Roma, Juve, Milan, etc. There are no sanctions expected at all.

If you're wondering why it's our name that is coming up the most, it's because the media is italian and derby is tomorrow.
How is this even possible, does the sales of Lukaku and Hakimi not matter at all? What the fuck have we bought? Correa?
 
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UEFA has opened proceedings against Inter for violating the Financial Fair Play, but economic journalist Marco Belinazzo explains that the Nerazzurri are unlikely to be sanctioned.

Inter revealed the proceeding through an official statement of Inter Media and Communication.

“In October 2021, we submitted to UEFA our calculations in respect of the Financial Fair Play (“FFP”) break-even requirement as at June 30, 2021,” the statement read.

“Such calculations demonstrated that we have not fulfilled the break-even requirement as currently set, and as a result, UEFA requested additional information in November 2021.

“On December 17, 2021, UEFA officially communicated that the review performed by the CFCB First Chamber of the break-even information provided by us highlighted a significant aggregate break-even deficit for the monitoring period covering the reporting periods 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 and required the submission of our most updated projected break-even information for the reporting period ending in June 2022 (that we provided on January 20, 2022).

On February 14, 2022, UEFA communicated to us:
  • Their decision to open proceedings in respect of our club in accordance with Article 12 (1) of the Procedural rules governing the UEFA Club Financial Control Body (“CFCB”) – Edition 2021.
  • The appointment of a reporting member in charge of establishing the facts and collect all relevant evidence (including a business plan for the period FY23-FY25) pursuant to Article 12 (2) of the Procedural rules.
  • The invitation to attend a hearing before the CFCB First Chamber in March 2022 (date to be confirmed) at the House of European Football in Nyon (Switzerland) once the reporting member will have issued his conclusions on our club’s case.
The announcement has caused concern for Inter fans who feared their club could be excluded from European competitions.

However, Italian economic journalist Marco Belinazzo has explained that the Serie A champions are unlikely to be sanctioned.

“The checks on Financial Fair play concern more than thirty European clubs (including Roma, Inter, Juve and Milan) and are a duty of UEFA considering the impact of the pandemic,” he wrote on Twitter.

“There are hardly any sanctions and by April the rules will be renewed for the 2024-25 season.”
Nothing to worry about, I mean just look at what P$G have been doing :yao:
 
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We need to hire Milan's accountant.
 

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Apparently milan and roma also received letters. Per GDS juve's letter is in the mail...
 

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It's time to hear about Lukaku's sale structure. If we didn't get most of the money, we're fucked.
 
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Apparently UEFA will forget FFP and introduce new system where club can use 70% of its revenues on salaries and amortization costs. There's gonna be few years period for clubs to adjust to this so the % won't be 70% immediately.

This will only keep the status quo with EPL hegemony + the big revenue clubs like Real, Bayern, PSG, Juventus.

Cost control is everything.

There is no mention when this system will start.

 

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FFP introduction was all about status quo as well.

At least this one allows new teams to emerge via ownership driven sponsorships. Who am I kidding, this is just so that Newcastle can join the big table.
 
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