One club of Ligue 1 is eliminated from the Fair League, and another one is under scrutiny.

First: Paris Saint-Germain, also known as PSG. The football club of the French capital was bought by the Qatar Investment Authority in 2011. They bought the best players available and money was not a concern. You can buy success, but you just can’t buy respect. We honest football fans refuse to consider PSG as a part of the football community until they return to fair play.

Second: AS Monaco. Under scrutiny now, and disqualified for the season 2013-2014. Bought and spoiled with money from the Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev. For some reason, most likely not having anything to with fair play, he pulled back on pouring outside money into the club in the summer of 2014.

Verdict: All matches involving Paris Saint-Germain are eliminated from the Fair League Table. AS Monaco is watched gloomily by our Department of Unfairness Policing.