The former president of Bayern Munich proposes a Financial Fair Play with more severe penalties for clubs that do not respect the established parameters.
In this period of crisis in the world of football, it seems that there is a competition to push for a new regulation more or less in line with the current situation, the latest proposal directly to UEFA came from Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
The former president of Bayer Monaco and German football legend has dictated, in his own way, the way forward for football to return to the correct parameters, especially economic, proposing to Uefa to completely revolutionize the current Financial Fair Play with more severe penalties. for those who comply.
Speaking at the “Welt am Sonntag”, the former 1980 European champion laid the groundwork for the duo Fair Play Financial 3.0: “If a club violates the rules, it must know exactly what to expect and must not be able to act in gray zone. We need Financial Fair Play 3.0, which is applied consistently and rigorously and includes a specific list of penalties, up to and including exclusion from the Champions League. ”
Strict penalties that, he said, would encourage clubs to keep going. However, when it comes to the NBA-style “luxury tax”, which would allow UEFA to fine clubs that voluntarily choose to violate the rules, Rummenigge is highly skeptical. “Are we really talking about financially punishing companies like Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City, where money is a fairly relative problem?”
It does not matter if it is called Financial Fair Play 3.0 or luxury tax, the important thing is to try to find the right compromise to allow the world of soccer to restart stronger than before, without seeing clubs in debt to the bone. and others who advance as if nothing.
In this direction, the latest proposal from UEFA to follow the model imposed by LaLiga of controls a priori, rather than a posteriori, and leading to possible sanctions goes in this direction. A kind of maximum debt limit that clubs must meet in order to participate in major European competitions.
If you want to return to the pre-pandemic numbers, the financial revolution seems the only way to go and, perhaps, the time has come for the players, the only ones who have not paid the covid duty, do their part. [/ Vc_column_text] [/ vc_column] [/ vc_row]