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Dyer Departs But Still Aims to Become Blues Boss
at 10:31:38

Interesting quote
The gaffer's been fine with me, his priority is obviously promotion and trying to get some money out of the owner, so he’s got more important things to worry about...
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Trio Handed FFP Embargoes
at 04:21:23

This is a joke!!!

Clubs will be prohibited from registering any new professional players (permanent contract or loan) unless they have:

• 24 or fewer established players (players aged 21 or over that have made at least 5 starting appearances for the club).

Where clubs have fewer than 24 established players, they will only be permitted to sign players in the following circumstances (with the player in question being added to the club’s list of established players regardless of his age or previous playing experience):

• Where the employee costs of a player being signed are less than £600,000 per annum (or pro-rata if signed on a shorter contract).

Where clubs have 24 established players, they will be permitted to trade on a ‘one out, one in’ basis but only if the employee costs of the player coming in to the club are no more than whichever is the lower amount of:

• 75% of the equivalent costs of the player going out.
• Or a maximum of £600,000 per annum (or pro-rata if signed on shorter contract)

In addition:

• Clubs under an FFP embargo will be permitted to sign a goalkeeper on an emergency basis (in line with existing regulations).
• Clubs under an FFP embargo will not be permitted to pay transfer fees or compensation fees for professional players.
• Clubs under an FFP embargo will not be permitted to pay a loan fee to another club, they may only pay the player’s wage (or a contribution towards it).
• For incoming players, clubs can only pay Agents’ Fees as a benefit in kind to the player in question (as long as they do not exceed the £600,000 employee costs limit).
Read more at http://www.football-league.co.uk/news/article/2014/championship-financial-fair-p
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Fans Around the World Meeting Up to Watch Derby
at 15:51:16

Apparently they are showing the game in the White Stag on Lockhart. It's become the local spot for the budgies supporters club though. I reckon it'll be hard to find anywhere else given that Villa vs Newcastle is at the same time.
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