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Outer Temple's Sam Cuthbert and David Seligman, of Brandsmiths, get together in this short vlog to discuss the recent announcement that Juventus have been banned from this seasons Europa Conference League by Uefa for breaching FFP rules.

Sam Cuthbert and David Seligman comment on Financial Fair Play & Juventus FC

Outer Temple’s Sam Cuthbert and David Seligman, of Brandsmiths, discuss the recent announcement that Juventus have been banned from this season’s Europa Conference League by Uefa for breaching FFP rules.

In this short vlog, Sam and David talk about the recent decision, by Uefa to ban Juventus from the Europa Conference League and issue a fine of £17.14m for breaching Financial Fair Play (FFP rules) in transactions between 2012-2019. Although Juventus have issued a statement rejecting the allegations, they have accepted the penalties. Meanwhile, Chelsea FC have also been fined for breaching the same rules. Sam and David discuss these regulations and what the future might hold for financial reporting in football.

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Samuel Cuthbert specialises in Sports LawPersonal Injury and Clinical Negligence. He is frequently instructed both as a led junior counsel and in his own right. He regularly acts on behalf of both athletes and national governing bodies and has recently been published in specialist Sports Law publications on the topic of concussion in rugby. He has a particular specialism litigating head injuries in sport. Sam is appointed to the Sports Resolutions Pro Bono Panel. Before coming to the Bar in 2018 Samuel worked at an international law firm advising on Private, Commercial and Sports Law Matters.

To find out more abut Sam, contact Paul Barton on +44 (0)207 427 4907 for a confidential discussion.

News 4 Aug, 2023

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