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Manchester City could be kicked out of the Premier League!  Up to 100 times I would have broken financial rules

Manchester City could be kicked out of the Premier League! Up to 100 times I would have broken financial rules

Manchester City will have to appear before an independent commission that will be in charge of examining possible infringements of the financial rules since the 2009-2010 season of the Premier League, the organizing body of the English championship announced on Monday.

The newspaper Brand, from Spain, publishes this day: “Shock in British football. The Premier League has issued a statement accusing Manchester City of “numerous alleged breaches of financial rules.” The English championship has communicated on its website that it has referred the case to an independent commission.

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It is added that the alleged infringements by Manchester City would have occurred a hundred times. “The Premier’s statement states that the alleged infringements were committed in nine different seasons from September 2009-2010 to 2017-2018, and will now be referred to an independent commission. The rules would have been broken… more than 100 times!”

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Possible sanctions

According to information from the British media, such as The Times either Daily MailManchester City, should they ultimately be found guilty, face a number of potential penalties, including deduction of points. the sun details this: “Other possible punishments include […] transfer bans, spending limits and even the stripping of previous titles, although the situation is unprecedented.

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Another of the possible applicable punishments that are handled in the English press this Monday is that Manchester City could be expelled from the Premier League.

In February 2020, Manchester City was suspended from UEFA competitions for two years by the governing body of European football for “serious breaches” of its FFP rules, but the sanction was annulled by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). in July of the same year.

The Premier also accuses the English club of not having provided the “necessary information and documents” for cooperation in the investigation between 2018 and 2023 (which is the period that includes the investigation).

“The allegations are, broadly speaking, that City overestimated revenue and underestimated costs, allowing the club to meet the fair play financial as a result,” he explains to Brand Kieran Maguire, professor and manager of the economic portal price of soccer.

Source: Eluniverso

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