Standoff Between Football Association and Premiere League Clubs Continues

Ljubljana, 6 February - Football is once again the topic of the day in Slovenia, but this time around the game is played outside of the football field. Since the beginning of the week, when the association of the country's premiere league football clubs demanded to be paid SIT 165m (EUR 714,280) from the National Football Association (NZS), the funds which were received from the Union of the European Football Associations (UEFA) and aimed for the clubs, the ball went back and forth.

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