Australia midfielder James Troisi says that if Tony Popovic can make it in Turkey, he can make it anywhere.
And the Socceroos playmaker would know, having spent four years of his career in the country's unforgiving top tier.
If spells at Genclerberligi and Kayserispor taught Troisi anything about the fate of Western Sydney's suddenly departed coach, it's that Popovic's transition from A-League heavyweights to Super Lig battlers Karabukspor promises to be a baptism of fire.
Inter Milan and Roma are among several clubs who have agreed to pay fines and have their European squad sizes limited for upcoming seasons after breaching Financial Fair Play rules.
The Italian giants are two of 10 clubs who UEFA announced on Friday had accepted individual settlement agreements with the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) following an investigation into 'non-compliance of FFP break-even regulations'.