Analysis: Man City face uphill battle and public scrutiny at CAS tribunal

16 February 2020

Manchester City FFP
Photo: PA Images Man City Chief Executive Ferran Soriano (R) next to Man City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak (L). They don't like too many details out in the public about how they run their business, but the CAS tribunal might be a very public affair.

City’s CAS appeal looks doomed to fail.

Harshness of punishment took even UEFA staff by surprise.

European ban and unsustainable future losses cast questions over the future of the Abu Dhabi-backed project and the club’s star talent.

Liverpool and Everton could sue City in event of Premier League points deduction.

James Corbett corbett@offthepitch.com

Manchester City face an uphill battle to overturn a two year ban from European football, as they take their fight to the Court of Abitration for Sport (CAS).

On Friday UEFA unexpectedly hit City with the ban plus a €30million fine for “serious breaches of the UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations”.

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