Manchester City Facing a Costly UEFA Champions League Ban

Annette Crawford
May 16, 2019

There are claims, which City deny, that the song relates to Liverpool fan Sean Cox, who was left in a coma by a brutal hooligan attack before last season's Champions League semi-final against Roma. Which players carried them over the line to glorious victory?

UEFA are reported to be preparing to throw them out of the Champions League for a season.

It was on March 7th, that UEFA launched a formal investigation into Manchester City after German publication Der Spiegel accused that the club breached many Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules.

If this is true, they should be punished.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is the player of the year at Crystal Palace to put into context his superb performances for the Eagles this season.

Yet while European success continues to elude them, City are developing a vice-like grip over the English game and that should be a concern for Premier League chiefs.

They were given Monday and Tuesday off before beginning the build-up to the final.

The club also faces investigations from other sporting bodies over its financial dealings, including the Football Association, Fifa and the Premier League.

But he did steer Liverpool to within one point of the Premier League title last weekend while Pochettino has been the subject of special praise for the progress Tottenham have made despite not signing a single player in the last two transfer windows.

"Hopefully we will be here for many years and we will be a better team in terms of maturity and experience next year".

Midfielder Wijnaldum told that the club wanted silverware to show for a stunning season in which they finished with 97 points - the third-highest total in Premier League history.

"Man City know, hopefully, we are here to stay".

A City spokesman said: "The song in question, which has been a regular chant during the 2018-19 season, refers to the 2018 UEFA Champions League final in Kiev".

Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al-Nahyan, the billionaire businessman and member of the Abu Dhabi royal family, bought Manchester City in 2008.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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