Chelsea aren't doing anything wrong.
The EPL is yet to sign up to the 5 year depreciation.
Chelsea aren't in any UEFA tournament so there rules don't take precedent.
In FFP terms Caicedo is costing Chelsea £14.5m a year.
Chelsea made £75m 'FFP profit' on Mount and other (name escapes me)...
I once found myself on a small fishing boat, that docked in Marseille.
I was let off with nothing but a chunky jumper and Swiss bank account number...
...the rest of my time in Europe, well the pieces I can remember, was pretty uneventful.
...Till we got there.
After The 'Dam, Prague is probably my most visited European city, over a 20 year period.
I've not been back for a while, but when last there 'we' (The English, EasyJet and Ryan Air) had turned it into Blackpool.
Not even 'Blackpool on...'.
We turned Prague...
I know I'm being outrageously naive, but I just don't think we're going to get that aspect of European football.
I'd be amazed if we started 'a luzzing' or charged them as something luzzed landing 10 yards short.
We've had the financialised destruction of football since Jimmy Hill scrapped the maximum wage.
And if we want to stop our society destroying itself through greed and power, we should probably stop voting Conservative, at every bloody election.
palace didn't have to sign him on terms unfavorable them.
They knew what they were doing and this is the end result.
I say that but a release clause of £70m would show they knew what they were doing.
£35m for a player you intend to be part of the focal point for an EPL team makes no sense at...
I would seem we'll all know for sure by the end of September.
Their fixtures for that month are West Ham, Wolves, Fulham & Everton.
If they don't hold their own through that, ignore everything I said (as usual).