L’OM mis sous pression par l’UEFA?

L’OM mis sous pression par l’UEFA?

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Olympique de Marseille is fined by UEFA as part of Financial Fair Play according to L’Equipe!

For several years now, Olympique de Marseille has been monitored by the DNCG in France. This summer, the file took a long time to settle but the club was authorized to recruit without any particular problem. In Europe, UEFA is still monitoring the Marseille club.

OM has 3 years to be afloat!

According to information from L’Equipe, OM are fined by the sports association. The club has only three years to try to come back financially afloat and avoid this sanction within the framework of Financial Fair Play… New information with which Pablo Longoria will have to manage his next recruitments.

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This is also why OM need to sell in the next transfer window in order to bring money into the club’s coffers. According to Mathieu Grégoire, our guest last June, this is also why Javier Ribalta came to Marseille: to take care of some sales and allow OM to replenish the coffers.

Whether it’s Longoria or Ribalta, to make the transfer window, it’s great – Grégoire

“Pablo Longoria considers Javier Ribalta to be one of his references in football, he said in an interview in Provence in December 2020. A reference with Fabio Paratici the former sports director of Juventus, today of Tottenham. Ribalta is his friend, I think he surrounds himself, he has improved his close guard, I think Ribalta will take care of sales in particular. We have seen that he is already very active on the Luis Henrique file at Torino with his Italian networks, because we have to get out of the players, I think he will relieve Longoria of certain tasks but afterwards in the profile indeed we’re on something quite similar, focused on Longoria, but maybe Longoria thinks he has a lot to do as president, he doesn’t really like that, interviews, meetings with Benoît Payan, rent is not his favorite area. Longoria thinks that Ribalta could come back to the heart of the work like the architecture of the deals, stuff like that. Personally I think it’s modern football. I compare Longoria to Luis Campos (technical director of PSG) and Ribalta is a bit like that too, they have their qualities and their faults. Their qualities are that they will sometimes bet on a player who is going to have an explosion, on a very great talent, besides that, they are managers of the new generation who work a lot with mandates, with always the same agents with commissions, it’s the Campos side in Lille, we saw it with the transfer of Victor Osimhen where there are things poorly explained. In my opinion, there are good and bad sides, I do not judge that, I just say that it corresponds to modern football. But, whether it’s Longoria or Ribalta, to make the transfer window, it’s great, they are specialists but there are good and bad sides. » Mathieu Gregoire – Source: Marseille Football Club (06/27/2022)

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