Manchester City, the English Premier League, which emerged as a contender for the championship every season at once with aggressive investments after being acquired by the wealthy Sheikh Mansour of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is in the worst crisis.
The Premier League Secretariat said in a statement on the 6th, “Man City have been charged with numerous Financial Fair Play (FFP) violations over the course of nine seasons from 2009-2010 to 2017-2018.” The results will be made public through the website.”
FFP is a regulation designed to maintain the financial soundness and equity of European football clubs, preventing club spending from exceeding a certain percentage of their revenue for the season. The Premier League requires clubs to comply with a number of financial regulations, such as the timely payment of transfer fees, salaries and tax bills.
The secretariat said that Manchester City did not provide accurate information to determine the financial status of the club, such as sponsorship revenue and operating expenses. British public broadcaster ‘BBC’ and others reported that Manchester City were charged with over 100 financial violations between 2009 and 2018.
At the same time, the BBC added that if Manchester City’s violation of the rules is confirmed, there is a possibility of fines, points reduction, and in the worst case, even expulsion from the Premier League. 온라인바카라
Man City has won the league title several times in 9 seasons based on huge funds since UAE Deputy Prime Minister Mansour took over in 2008, followed by runner-up in the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL). reborn as one of the teams.
In 2020, Manchester City was also banned from UCL for two years and fined by UEFA for FFP violations. However, at the time, the CAS ruled that most of the disciplinary charges were not clear and the statute of limitations had passed, and he was freed from disciplinary action.
First of all, Manchester City said, “We are surprised that the secretariat has raised such a violation of the rules,” but “our club welcomes the fact that an independent committee is reviewing this matter. We hope that this matter will be completely resolved.” revealed
On the other hand, British media ‘The Sun’ said, “Many Premier League teams want Man City’s rivers.” A club official said.
Following this news, many football fans around the world, following local clubs and fans in England, are also raising their voices demanding discipline for the Man City club.