The Union of European football associations (UEFA) is not mitigated the financial fair play rules for Russian And Ukrainian clubs, said the Association.
"With regard to the regulations of the UEFA financial fair play And club licensing, any changes in its rules have been made. And among them, in the question concerning the possibility of easing the financial fair play rules for Russian And Ukrainian clubs, " said the news Agency in UEFA." However, when the clubs are in the process of assessing compliance with the financial fair play rules, the controlling body UEFA considers economic policies that affect the country, as well as all events that can be described as force majeure " - said the press service. At the end of February, UEFA announced That it has opened proceedings on Dynamo And Lokomotiv due to the fact That in the period from 2012 to 2014 Spending clubs exceed your income." The impact of currency devaluation will be evaluated on an individual basis, - said the press service of UEFA.- This factor May be taken into account when it considers the financial statements of the clubs in 2015. Currently also tested indicators of clubs for 2012, 2013 And 2014. Any decisions on reporting of clubs has not yet been made ". First in the media have any information That UEFA is ready to make concessions on the issue of financial fair play for clubs from Russia And Ukraine due to the difficult economic situation in these countries. The financial fair play project was approved by the UEFA Executive Committee in September 2009. Fresh economic rules came into effect from the 2011/12 season. Now the clubs are not able to spend on purchasing players more than they earn. Before the start of the season, each participant in European competitions must assure That it has no overdue financial obligations for the current season Before other teams, their players And social/tax authorities.