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Apparently the deal is scandalous with WHU actually paying negative rent after me and you pay for the upkeep of the stadium etc. Apparently they could be in breach of some competition fairness rules because WHU are essentially being state funded.
Yeah, I got that impression from the BBC piece. The state are even funding policing etc for matchdays which straight away gives them something no other club gets as they need to pay for that themselves.
I'll assume you have been drinking... I live in Monterrey Mexico numb nuts
Sounds like Real Madrid.
Who are also under investigation for the same thing.
Aren't they constantly getting bailed out by the king of Spain as it's the team he supports?
If he was English his value would be 10-15.
Good for the country and tourism was the old excuse
If they're involved in a deal that isn't considered consistent with the market then they'll have breached the rules. Of course it'll take a robust judiciary to go against the state when central government want someone in that stadium.
Even if they did get charged with breaching the rules it's one of them things that's probably get quashed on appeal.
I know it was a few years ago, but it's mental when you see the cost of the likes of Wembley and the Olympic Stadium yet they managed to build the Millennium Stadium for about £120m. And that includes a retractable roof.
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