Alternative is strict FFP where the rich get richer and no one can ever challenge them.
A business owner SHOULD be able to put their own capital in to make their product better.
Do your research, dude. What they are doing has nothing to do with putting their own capital
My problem is, if part of the argument for ESL is to counter oil clubs, perhaps don't include them in the project.
They won't initially join, as they know it will hurt their free raid that they are doing right now across European football.
PSG never joined in 2021, and City were the 'inside traitor' that first left and questionmarks were posed as to their stance in the first place (leaks at the time were telling)
But even if they join, or are forced to follow some years after the ESL formation, seeing that they are being left behind and out of the elite, they will play by the same rules.
In the document published by ESL clubs midweek, there was a clear point in FFP regulations and close monitoring to trace financial ways of cheating
Don't worry, there is no way back