Man City capitalism exposed

Apr 27, 2006
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Man City's European ban Q&A: What could this mean for the club?

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/51511252

It is arguably the biggest story in English football this season.

Manchester City have been kicked out of the Champions League until 2022.

City are furious, claim they have effectively been found guilty by a kangaroo court and are promising the fight is not over by any stretch of the imagination.

But for now, they are out, which raises a number of serious questions for the club.

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TeamMeli

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Feb 5, 2014
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It is a heavy fine but if you don't follow the rules, you are going to get punished. 30,000,000 Euros comes to $32 530,000 US but the also lose two years of major European Competition. Well, I know ONE team that won't win the next two UEFA CLs. They were dishonest with the revenue they received from endorsements, you can't do that and most likely FIFA will uphold UEFA's decision. Unless there is some corruption case, FIFA will honor UEFA's decision. I don't think Pep Guardiola had anything to do with this, this is a management thing but as the coach, he has to suffer as well. Bayern fan, for once I feel bad for the guy.