The New York Times: UEFA investigators seek Champions League ban for Man City for misleading financial regulators

14 May 2019

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Manchester City could face at least one season’s exclusion from the Champions League if found guilty by UEFA of misleading financial regulators, The New York Times reports. 

The club have previously denied any wrongdoing, but the investigation has been going on for months, prompted by the “Football Leaks” documents. 

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Manchester City could face at least one season’s exclusion from the Champions League if found guilty by UEFA investigators of misleading the football governing body’s financial regulators, The New York Times reports. 

UEFA and the English football authorities have been investigating the recently crowned Premier League champions for months on allegations that Manchester City violated financial fair play (FFP) rules. 

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