Manchester City respond to UEFA, Financial Fair Play allegations | Premier League | NBC Sports

Premier League Live takes a deep dive into the latest news on Man City’s UEFA scandal as CEO Ferran Soriano denies any alleged violations, Sky Sports’ Kaveh Solhekol discusses where things stand at the Etihad and more. #NBCSports #PremierLeague #ManCity
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22 thoughts on “Manchester City respond to UEFA, Financial Fair Play allegations | Premier League | NBC Sports

  1. Financial Fair Play don't make sense. if they can spend the money, let them lose money. this rule also make it almost impossible for smaller clubs to overcome bigger clubs either.
    OR they can make let US sports league, to set a max amount of money they can spend on players every year.

  2. Whether the CAS throws out the punishment or not, it's still evident to everyone who can read that if those emails are genuine, then City are guilty of manipulating their finances to avoid FFP penalties.

    The only question should be "Are the emails genuine?" If they are, 100% guilty. Doesn't matter what their books show, those emails show them manipulating the books. If they're not, then whoever made the emails up needs to go to jail.

    To me, it's very, very telling that City don't seem to be even arguing that the emails aren't genuine.

  3. This whole acting like a victim thing is ridiculous. It was clear what was going on. This club is not sustainable. It would crash if the current owners decided to leave. Shame on City supporters for selling out their club and then now playing the victim.

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