Has Manchester City Offloaded $100M Of Expenses On To New York City FC And Melbourne City FC?


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Has Manchester City Offloaded $100M Of Expenses On To New York City FC And Melbourne City FC?

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How long until we get a scenario where New York City or Melbourne City 'buys' the next biggest superstar on the planet and then loans them to Manchester City for 5 years? I'd presume this would exclude the cost of the transfer from Manchester City's FFP obligations, correct?
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walnuts - 20 Mar 2018 11:52 AM
How long until we get a scenario where New York City or Melbourne City 'buys' the next biggest superstar on the planet and then loans them to Manchester City for 5 years? I'd presume this would exclude the cost of the transfer from Manchester City's FFP obligations, correct?

or Adelaide United

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I struggle to care about this.
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They could just do what Australia does and put a cap on investment, calling it a loss, and then try to manage the entire game from a central pool of funds

Funny how groups have to actually disguise how much they are investing into a sport in fear of consequences. What an upside down world we live in




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bluebird - 20 Mar 2018 2:06 PM
What an upside down world we live in

That's just Australia, we Unique

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Interesting read.
But yes, we are unique, and the writer completely fails to acknowledge just how much Auditing/Accounting/Tax expense would have been required for Melbourne City to appear compliant with the salary cap.
Perhaps their share is understated rather than overstated.
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The whole thing is a tax dodge anyway.
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crimsoncrusoe - 20 Mar 2018 12:56 PM
I struggle to care about this.

I struggle to understand how it's not on extra time
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StiflersMom - 20 Mar 2018 5:59 PM
crimsoncrusoe - 20 Mar 2018 12:56 PM

I struggle to understand how it's not on extra time

It's a football story...  It's strongly linked to an A-League team.  .
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