club principle

club principle

a means of allocating the common overhead costs incurred in providing a good or service to each individual consumer. For example, residents may create a club to arrange for the resurfacing of a private road. See COLLECTIVE PRODUCTS, FREE-RIDER.
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We strictly adhere to the fans'-run club principle. It is not lip service.
"I will study the video and if any of my players were reckless then I will deal with them as a matter of club principle. We can't afford to lose players at this crucial stage of the season."
The 'erosion of club principles' Huw Jenkins wrote about in his programme notes soon after the sacking pointed to a number of issues that had eventually become insurmountable.
Michu was not able to help stop the demise of the Laudrup era as the winless platform for the team's current concerning proximity to the bottom places was set, all too much on top of what chairman Huw Jenkins cited as an 'erosion of club principles'.
(3) For more information on Paris Club principles and rules, see http://www.clubdeparis.org.
He was an organiser, a self-driven leader, a dressing room motivator, a communicator of club principles to foreign footballers perhaps unaware of just what was expected of a Liverpool player.
We will also ask the Chair of the Paris Club to consider inviting, on a case-by-case basis, non-member official creditors to participate in its negotiations with HIPC countries on the understanding that these creditors will join a satisfactory consensus and will abide by Paris Club principles.

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