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It is the rule. That's how it works on Football Manager anyway (they have good details about co-ownership).
A little off topic about Football Manager Big Grin
- Next version is the first one doesn't have Milan competing in Europe. It is sad because I only have time to play one season.
+ I hope Mastour could have PA -10 or over 180 (means super high potential)
(05-29-2014, 09:08 AM)Aficio Wrote: [ -> ]A little off topic about Football Manager Big Grin
- Next version is the first one doesn't have Milan competing in Europe. It is sad because I only have time to play one season.
+ I hope Mastour could have PA -10 or over 180 (means super high potential)

Usually there's no under-20 players got over 180. At max they will get -10.
(05-29-2014, 06:18 AM)ZvonimirBoban Wrote: [ -> ]It is the rule. That's how it works on Football Manager anyway (they have good details about co-ownership).

FM rule rules! OkmilanDevilolSagrin
Thank ZB for the info Big Grin

For the state of Milan keeps getting worse, FB has become good sedative for my heart.
(05-30-2014, 01:51 AM)Aficio Wrote: [ -> ]Thank ZB for the info Big Grin

For the state of Milan keeps getting worse, FB has become good sedative for my heart.

Facebook? Devilol
Oh, man Big Grin
That's also a kind of tranquilizer Big Grin
There will be a one-year grace period in abolition of co-ownership in Italy.

Quote:Italy to abolish shared ownership
May 28, 2014

Clubs in Italy will not be able to share the ownership of players in future after the Italian FA (FIGC) agreed to abolish the rule.

A one-year grace period is to be allowed by the FIGC, bringing an end to a practice that is unique to Italian football and sees a summer scramble of exchanges with clubs given the chance to value their half of a player's registration with the highest bidder earning outright ownership. Shared ownership of players was also extendable on an annual basis.

"Those agreements already in existence can still be extended for one more year," explained FIGC president Giancarlo Abete at a news conference in Rome.

"Many times, questions have been raised on this issue regarding public opinion and fiscal problems, highlighting how atypical this practice is on a European and fiscal scale. We know that not all clubs were in favour [of abolishing it], even if the majority agreed."

The case of Ciro Immobile is currently one of the most high-profile examples. The Italy international is owned by Turin clubs Juventus and Torino, both of whom have agreed in principle to the sale of the player this summer.

However, their different valuations of the 24-year-old mean clubs interested in buying him -- such as Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund -- need to negotiate with not just one, but two clubs. While Dortmund's reported latest offer of 18 million euros may be enough for Torino, who would pocket half, Juve are asking for 25 million euros.

Should a fee not be agreed and Immobile remain in Italy, Torino and Juventus would then need to reach an agreement over either extending the shared ownership by a year or buying out the other club's half.

If they were unable to agree on a valuation of the player, sealed bids would be placed in envelopes to be opened at the start of July. The club with the highest valuation would then be obliged to pay half of that value to the other club to take full ownership of the player.

In 2011, Napoli secured the services of right-sided midfielder Daniele Mannini for just 500 euros. Neither they nor Sampdoria had expressed an interest in keeping the player they shared, so the Azzurri made a bid which would just cover the administration costs. Samp left their envelope empty, meaning Mannini became a Napoli player.

That practice has now been brought to an end by the FIGC. "The practice is on its way out and will only exist until there are no longer any players [on existing agreements] still shared by two clubs," added Abete.

http://www.espnfc.com/news/story/_/id/18...-a?cc=5901
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Quote:Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini said he’s selling Kyle Lafferty to Norwich because “he’s an out-of-control womaniser.”

Northern Ireland international Lafferty was instrumental in Palermo’s promotion campaign from Serie B this season, but is on the verge of a move to Norwich.

“Lafferty is sold as a result of a precise request from my Coach Beppe Iachini,” President Zamparini told Radio 24.

“He is an out-of-control womaniser, an Irishman without rules. He is someone who disappears for a week and goes on the hunt for women in Milan.

“He has two families with six children, he never trains, he’s completely off the rails. On the field he’s a great player, because he gave us everything he had and more.

http://www.football-italia.net/51176/pal...ut-control
Maurizio Zamparini reminded us to welcome him back to Serie A Big Grin