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

Closed HAL is failing with 10 teams
Closed HAL failed with 11
FFA forced to try a 12 team Closed HAL thatll just create 2 more mid table also-rans
and still this weird 16-team panacea gets trotted out. 
Theres a sticky for this nonsense
https://forum.insidesport.com.au/1617388/The-Aleague-Expansion-Thread

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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

Closed HAL is failing with 10 teams
Closed HAL failed with 11
FFA forced to try a 12 team Closed HAL thatll just create 2 more mid table also-rans
and still this weird 16-team panacea gets trotted out. 
Theres a sticky for this nonsense
https://forum.insidesport.com.au/1617388/The-Aleague-Expansion-Thread

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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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