Zero fairness in Uefa fair play dealings
At the centre of the Der Spiegel allegations about Uefa’s weakness in applying the financial fair play regulations to Paris St-Germain and Manchester City is a set of administrators plainly unfit for the purpose.
At the very heart of them is Gianni Infantino, whom recent events and disclosures have shown to be a disastrous choice as Fifa president.
The only man who comes out of it remotely clean is Brian Quinn, the Celtic director and former International Monetary Fund economist who quit Uefa’s FFP investigatory chamber – the grander the name, the greater the incompetence – over the paltry fines handed out.
The chances of any further resignations, from the clubs, Uefa or anywhere else are, we can all be quite sure, absolutely zero.