£17m Loss For Forest Attracts FFP Talk

By Forest
Last updated : 06 March 2014

The headline loss figure of £17m has attracted plenty of talk as to how the impending Financial Fair Play rules will affect the club but the Reds are far from alone in this regard.

League leaders Leicester City have reported losses of £34m while Queens Park Rangers, relegated from the Premiership last season registered a £65m deficit as they tried to maintain their top-flight status.

David Conn, writing in The Guardian, claims both the Reds and the Foxes are opposed to FFP and that Leicester are one of the clubs who have instructed solicitors to ask for substantial changes to be made to the rules.

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