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Like the article states whether its champions league in 2 years with Monaco' date=' or a move to Real (At.Madrid were never going to sell to them directly) he will be near on 30, now while this obviously won't mean he's past it but he is in his prime right now. Monaco must be extremely confident that they will win the taxes dispute.[/quote']

Nah hes not in his prime-still a bit to learn/consistency -season after next should be it. However, he's been relatively lucky with injuries -lets hope he continues to do so.

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Nah hes not in his prime-still a bit to learn/consistency -season after next should be it. However' date=' he's been relatively lucky with injuries -lets hope he continues to do so.[/quote']

Yeah that's a good point - he seems to be very lucky injury wise.

To see Falcao at Real would almost be as amazing as Chelsea - & the sooner things go wrong at the Monaco the sooner it could happen :P

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Yeah that's a good point - he seems to be very lucky injury wise.

To see Falcao at Real would almost be as amazing as Chelsea - & the sooner things go wrong at the Monaco the sooner it could happen :P

Yup-however they Monaco have issues with regards to finances and with Fair Play coming into effect may face a ban in Europe.

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Not forgetting the fact they are actually not eligible to play in Ligue 1 as of yet' date=' due to the tax chit.[/quote']

"Monaco has enjoyed a position in French football that is totally unfair and that hasn't been questioned," France Football's English correspondent Philippe Auclair told CNN.

"The club has enjoyed an unfair advantage over every French club. Monaco should be subjected to the same tax regime as the other clubs in Ligue 1," added Auclair, who acknowledged that the French football authorities have allowed this anomaly to go on for too long.

Barcelona's Lionel Messi has been chosen as the La Liga Forward of the Season for 2012/2013 in a close vote poll with Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo

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I am saying that 3rd part ownership needs to be banned' date=' or we face an unexpected mess.[/quote']

No you did not Old Man..unless this is Zlooky talk for it..

Originally Posted by ZlookVulk View Post

Falcao at QPR

Third party Ownership :

Mainly it involves a player being employed by an agent (who guarantees the players income). The player is rented to a club for a small fee and short duration of time in which the club registers the player but has no rights on his future. All the club has to do is find the agreed percentage of the player’s wages and the agent pays the rest or profits from the higher salary.

In England, France and Poland this form of ownership is against competition rules. A club can only own 100% of a player’s employment contract and 100% of the player’s future transfer rights.

Now see why certain players won't be coming to England soon..

However lets look at Portugal:

What happens in Portugal is that two sides collect (or rather are given) the best talent via agents and investors that wish to get maximum profit from their client list.

Thus they place them at either Benfica or Porto with the view of moving them on into one of the big five leagues consisting of England, Spain, France, Germany or Italy and to some extent Russia where the biggest wages and transfer fees can be found.

This is viewed as a form of fixing as only Benfica or Porto will win this league and both gain entry in the champion’s league and higher funding. This is a deliberate act as other teams within the Portuguese league could indulge in the same model but it would not yield the same benefits for the investors.

http://blog.emiratesstadium.info/archives/27877

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