Ceferin speaks during a news conference in Stara Pazova, near Belgrade, Serbia.
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European football's governing body UEFA would seriously consider introducing a salary cap to help level an increasingly uneven playing field in the sport, its president said Friday.A cap would be aimed at bridging the gulf between Europe's wealthiest clubs and the rest of the field, as well as preventing the top teams from stockpiling players on their payrolls.UEFA introduced the Financial Fair Play regulations, designed to prevent football clubs from spending more than their generated revenue, in 2012 .Ceferin, who succeeded Michel Platini as UEFA president in September 2016, after the former France international was banned from all football-related activities for ethics violations involving an illegal payment, also said the organization had no plans yet to introduce video assistance in matches.
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