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Man CIty 18:35 - Feb 14 with 1359 viewsDarran

lol



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Man CIty on 18:37 - Feb 14 with 1340 viewssainthelens

That'll be Pep gone then. After shafting us in the cup, hope they get all the sht coming.
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Man CIty on 18:37 - Feb 14 with 1337 viewsDarran

Man CIty on 18:37 - Feb 14 by sainthelens

That'll be Pep gone then. After shafting us in the cup, hope they get all the sht coming.


Well said.

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Man CIty on 18:39 - Feb 14 with 1321 viewsSwanjaxs

Lifes a bitch 😂

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Man CIty on 18:40 - Feb 14 with 1313 viewsNeath_Jack

I reckon they'll appeal and will get a suspender instead.

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Man CIty on 18:43 - Feb 14 with 1302 viewsWxmJax

How are they going to afford that

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Man CIty on 18:55 - Feb 14 with 1226 viewsJACKMANANDBOY

Man CIty on 18:40 - Feb 14 by Neath_Jack

I reckon they'll appeal and will get a suspender instead.


Yes a reduction on appeal and UEFA can say they did their best.

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Man CIty on 18:56 - Feb 14 with 1218 viewsbuilthjack

Man CIty on 18:40 - Feb 14 by Neath_Jack

I reckon they'll appeal and will get a suspender instead.


This. Hope they get a further years ban for appealing though.
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Man CIty on 18:56 - Feb 14 with 1207 viewsperplex

If true be great, mediocre club, that got lucky, with investment, an overrated manager who inherited a great Barcelona team so everything was in place for him, he had less success at Bayern Munich than the manager he replaced, and just spends countless millions to buy himself success at Man city, yet still cannot get near to winning the Champions league.
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Man CIty on 18:59 - Feb 14 with 1179 viewsexiledclaseboy

Man CIty on 18:40 - Feb 14 by Neath_Jack

I reckon they'll appeal and will get a suspender instead.


Exactly. No way that ban will stick.

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Man CIty on 19:16 - Feb 14 with 1064 views3swan

Man CIty on 18:59 - Feb 14 by exiledclaseboy

Exactly. No way that ban will stick.


No doubt.

That's them out of the bidding war for Rodon

Then again maybe that's the range they can only afford
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Man CIty on 19:18 - Feb 14 with 1048 viewsPozuelosSideys

Funny that. When are PSG going to get nailed with the same thing?Considering the small change income tv brings in Ligue 1, you wonder how they pay for the likes of Neymar, Mbappe etc

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Man CIty on 19:32 - Feb 14 with 997 viewsairedale

Man CIty on 18:40 - Feb 14 by Neath_Jack

I reckon they'll appeal and will get a suspender instead.


They can start stocking up on players then,if appeal is upheld.
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Man CIty on 20:21 - Feb 14 with 903 viewsGowerjack

Roses are Red
Manchester is Blue
No Champions League
Until 2022..

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Man CIty on 20:38 - Feb 14 with 863 viewswestside

Man City are self isolating themselves from the champions league
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Man CIty on 20:45 - Feb 14 with 827 viewsWxmJax

Man CIty on 18:56 - Feb 14 by perplex

If true be great, mediocre club, that got lucky, with investment, an overrated manager who inherited a great Barcelona team so everything was in place for him, he had less success at Bayern Munich than the manager he replaced, and just spends countless millions to buy himself success at Man city, yet still cannot get near to winning the Champions league.
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It's not just me then.

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Man CIty on 06:44 - Feb 15 with 691 viewsTimTtam

The pesimist and realist in me says they'll win their appeal. And even if they don't, they can drag out the appeal and run it into next season, meaning they'll be able to compete in 2020/21.

If they lose it though, I can see lots of their players + Pep leaving. And it would mean Sheffield United are currently holding a Champions League place

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Man CIty on 08:08 - Feb 15 with 654 viewsDr_Winston

No doubt Man City have been sneaky bastards and under the rules as they stand deserve to be punished, but the rules as they stand aren't great.

It seems obvious that FFP at the UEFA level is little more than a racket designed to protect the traditionally big clubs from competition from teams outside that bracket. Upstarts like Man City or PSG.

There should be rules designed to prevent clubs from running up mountains of debt, and limits on spending on agents and perhaps salary caps, but none on ownership investment.

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Man CIty on 09:35 - Feb 15 with 603 viewsTimTtam

Man CIty on 08:08 - Feb 15 by Dr_Winston

No doubt Man City have been sneaky bastards and under the rules as they stand deserve to be punished, but the rules as they stand aren't great.

It seems obvious that FFP at the UEFA level is little more than a racket designed to protect the traditionally big clubs from competition from teams outside that bracket. Upstarts like Man City or PSG.

There should be rules designed to prevent clubs from running up mountains of debt, and limits on spending on agents and perhaps salary caps, but none on ownership investment.


FFP at every level is a disgrace. From looking at most Prem & Champ teams' finances from 2013-2018, several ex-EFL and current EFL teams have blatantly breached FFP. Aston Villa, Wolves, Stoke, Birmingham (punished) & Fulham are just some. But for whatever reason, only some clubs are punished. I mean, Wolves had losses of I think 60M in 2017/18.

From reading more and more, this Man City decision is likely a PR stunt by UEFA. It seems extremely likely that Man City will get off.

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Man CIty on 10:28 - Feb 15 with 565 viewsBest_loser

It's not over yet

Wait until the appeal
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Man CIty on 11:03 - Feb 15 with 539 viewsCatullus

If this punishment sticks, going by the licence rules, the EPL may well have to punish them too and a docking of points is possible.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/51510284

Apparently the financial information provided to UEFA has be the same info provided to the EPL therefore if they are guilty of lying to UEFA they are also guilty of lying to the EPL, that's the gist of it.

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Man CIty on 11:19 - Feb 15 with 528 viewslonglostjack

Man CIty on 08:08 - Feb 15 by Dr_Winston

No doubt Man City have been sneaky bastards and under the rules as they stand deserve to be punished, but the rules as they stand aren't great.

It seems obvious that FFP at the UEFA level is little more than a racket designed to protect the traditionally big clubs from competition from teams outside that bracket. Upstarts like Man City or PSG.

There should be rules designed to prevent clubs from running up mountains of debt, and limits on spending on agents and perhaps salary caps, but none on ownership investment.


Disagree. I’d like to see owners only being allowed to acquire 49% of shares in a club.

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Man CIty on 11:55 - Feb 15 with 490 viewsNotLoyal

Man CIty on 06:44 - Feb 15 by TimTtam

The pesimist and realist in me says they'll win their appeal. And even if they don't, they can drag out the appeal and run it into next season, meaning they'll be able to compete in 2020/21.

If they lose it though, I can see lots of their players + Pep leaving. And it would mean Sheffield United are currently holding a Champions League place


If the appeal runs in to next season the ban will definitely stay.
It’s in their interests to get a quicker decision.

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Man CIty on 15:41 - Feb 15 with 411 viewsTimTtam

Man CIty on 11:03 - Feb 15 by Catullus

If this punishment sticks, going by the licence rules, the EPL may well have to punish them too and a docking of points is possible.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/51510284

Apparently the financial information provided to UEFA has be the same info provided to the EPL therefore if they are guilty of lying to UEFA they are also guilty of lying to the EPL, that's the gist of it.


Being docked points is pointless, unless it's 50+pts. A 12pt deduction would see them drop from top 2 to top 4.

But, apparently there's a small chance that they'll be automatically relegated to League 2! 😂

If they lose their PL license (which is seperate from the UEFA proceedings), then they would drop down at least 1 division.

Harrogate Town vs Man City next season 😂

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Man CIty on 15:44 - Feb 15 with 406 viewsTimTtam

Man CIty on 11:55 - Feb 15 by NotLoyal

If the appeal runs in to next season the ban will definitely stay.
It’s in their interests to get a quicker decision.


If at any stage they realise they will lose the case, they may decide to delay it, and tell the current and targeted players that they can still play CL football for 2019/20 and 2020/21. Essentially role the dice to try win it in the same way Championship clubs do with trying to get promoted while in financial trouble.

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Man CIty on 12:00 - Feb 16 with 291 viewsCatullus

Man CIty on 15:41 - Feb 15 by TimTtam

Being docked points is pointless, unless it's 50+pts. A 12pt deduction would see them drop from top 2 to top 4.

But, apparently there's a small chance that they'll be automatically relegated to League 2! 😂

If they lose their PL license (which is seperate from the UEFA proceedings), then they would drop down at least 1 division.

Harrogate Town vs Man City next season 😂


There's a suggestion today they could be retrospectively stripped of one of their titles and it be awarded to Liverpool, Gerrard could still get an EPL winners medal!

It won't happen, nor will they be dropped to league 2 but I can dream.

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