• Liverpool could win the Premier League sooner as Man City face points deduction

    12 days ago - By CaughtOffside

    Let's face it, it's not like Liverpool need any help to win the Premier League this season, but it could be officially over much quicker than expected after today's developments.
    As reported by The Guardian, Man City have been banned from the Champions League for two seasons which could raise all sorts of questions about the future or many players and Pep Guardiola at the club.
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  • Pep Guardiola faces key decision following Manchester City's Champions League ban

    12 days ago - By CBSSports

    City's future is unclear, as is Pep Guardiola's
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  • Man City hit w/ two-year Champions League ban - Pep Guardiola | MC

    12 days ago - By Rotoworld

    UEFA officially announced that Manchester City will be banned from all European competitions for the next two seasons.
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  • Manchester City banned from next two Champions League tournaments

    12 days ago - By Los Angeles Times

    UEFA has banned Manchester City from the next two Champions League tournaments and fined it $32.5 million for violations of financial fair play rules.
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  • Man City slam 'prejudicial' UEFA and will appeal Champions League ban

    12 days ago - By Goal

    The Premier League champions will be absent from the competition for two years but have confirmed they will try to have it overturned
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  • Opinion: Players who should push for Man City exit after Champions League ban

    Opinion: Players who should push for Man City exit after Champions League ban

    12 days ago - By CaughtOffside

    The news that Man City have been banned from the Champions League is going to raise a lot of questions over the next few months, so it's going to be fascinating to see how this turns out.
    In theory, they might turn this into a positive and use the reduced schedule to their advantage and dominate domestically, but you do wonder if that's enough for world class players these days.
    We always hear how they need to be playing in Europe's elite competition, and most of the squad have already achieved everything in a domestic sense,
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  • UEFA Champions League: Why Premier League's fifth-place team would take Manchester City's spot

    12 days ago - By CBSSports

    A spot has just opened for England in the Champions League
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  • UEFA bans Man City from European competition

    UEFA bans Man City from European competition

    12 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    Kyle Martino, Robbie Mustoe, Peter Drury and Sky Sports reporters weigh in on UEFA's decision to ban Manchester City from European competition - including the Champions League - for the next two seasons.
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  • Why Man City Banned From UEFA Champions League For Two Seasons

    12 days ago - By NESN

    Manchester City might have to pay the stiffest of prices for playing fast and loose with its books.
    UEFA announced Friday it has fined the English soccer club €30 million and banned the club from the UEFA Champions League for two seasons due to “serious breaches” of financial regulations, according to the New York Times' Tariq Panja. UEFA's Club Financial Control Body concluded Manchester City broke financial-fair-play rules by inflating the value of its sponsorship agreements and attempted to derail the months'-long investigation.
    “Manchester City Football Club committed serious breaches...
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  • Soccer: Manchester City banned from European competition for two seasons by UEFA

    12 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    English champions Manchester City have been banned from European competition for the next two seasons and fined 30 million euros by European soccer's governing body UEFA after an investigation into alleged breaches of Financial Fair Play rules. UEFA said in a statement https
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  • Bitter Man City attack UEFA in statement over Champions League ban

    12 days ago - By CaughtOffside

    It's likely that we haven't heard the last of this, but the ruling from UEFA could be massive when it comes to the future of Man City and English football.
    The news broke earlier that City had been banned from the Champions League for two seasons and were also hit with a huge fine:
    Uefa announce Man City banned from next two seasons of the Champions League and fined 30 million euros pic.twitter.com/yUku5PMGZ4
    - tariq panja February 14, 2020
    On the face of it something had to be amiss when it came to City's growth. They don't have a huge support, don't make a lot of money from player sales...
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  • Sports world reacts to Manchester City being banned from Champions League for two years

    12 days ago - By Yardbarker

    Stunning news broke Friday afternoon as Manchester City was banned from the Champions League for two years and fined 30 million Euros by the UEFA. The club was disciplined due to “serious breaches” of UEFA financial rules by “overstating its sponsorship revenue in its accounts and in the break-even information submitted to the UEFA between 2012 and 2016,” the league announced in a statement shared by Rob Harris of the Associated press. Manchester City issued the following statement in response to the disciplinary action: “Manchester City is disappointed but not surprised by today's...
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  • Manchester City Champions League ban issued for two seasons over FFP investigation

    12 days ago - By CBSSports

    The team is also getting hit with a €30 million fine
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  • Man City BANNED from the Champions League for TWO seasons and given a huge fine

    12 days ago - By CaughtOffside

    Financial fair play was often criticised for doing nothing and just widening the gap between the richest clubs and everyone else, but this could be a landmark ruling.
    Man City have spent an awful lot of money to transform themselves from a yo-yo club to Premier League champions, so it was obvious that something wasn't right in a financial sense.
    The big issue with FFP was it just felt like the big clubs were being fined when they breached rules - something that wouldn't hurt a club who have wealthy backers.
    That's all changed, after the news came out that City have been banned from the...
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  • Champions League Fantasy Matchday 7: What the numbers say

    12 days ago - By UEFA

    UEFA.com studies the statistics to find out which players are predicted for big Matchday 7 totals.
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  • UEFA bans Man City from Champions League for 2 seasons

    12 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    UEFA has banned Manchester City from the Champions League for two seasons for “serious breaches” of financial regulations. The Abu Dhabi-owned English Premier League champion has also been fined 30 million euros in an investigation that was sparked by leaks showing City overstated sponsorship
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  • Man City gets 2-year Champions League ban

    12 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    “Serious” violations of UEFA's financial fair play regulations have resulted in a hefty penalty for Manchester City.
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  • Manchester City gets two-year Champions League ban for FFP violations

    12 days ago - By Yardbarker

    Manchester City have been banned from European competition - including the Champions League - for the next two seasons after being found guilty of breaching financial fair play rules, UEFA has announced. The reigning Premier League champions will be excluded from the Champions League for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 campaigns. They have also been fined €30 million. The ruling is subject to appeal. The club released a statement immediately after the announcement, saying: "Manchester City is disappointed...
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  • UEFA bans Manchester City from Champions League for two seasons

    12 days ago - By Sportsnet

    LONDON - UEFA has banned Manchester City from the Champions League for two seasons for "serious breaches" of financial regulations.
    The English Premier League champion has also been fined 30 million euros .
    More to come...
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