Clubs have reacted to penalties resulting from rules of financial fair play in various ways since it's introduction. QPR, Leicester and Bournemouth bet the ranch on promotion - Bournemouth alone have settled the subsequent penalty (suspicions are that it was at a lower level than originally anticipated, QPR still have to settle amid an ongoing legal battle and today's results have confirmed that Leicester still have not settled and have no intention of doing so, believing FFP to be illegal (probably a similar approach to QPR's) Other club's have suffered transfer embargoes and others have struggled as they have operated within the rules. Given the ongoing legal battles and the incredible level of spending that is still going on in the championship especially - is it all but dead in name?
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