Man City referred to Uefa financial body

Manchester City say they are "disappointed, but regrettably not surprised" after being referred to Uefa's club financial control body. BBC Sport reported this week that Uefa investigators want City banned from the Champions League for a season if found guilty of breaking financial rules...


Manchester City say they are "disappointed, but regrettably not surprised" after being referred to Uefa's club financial control body.

BBC Sport reported this week that Uefa investigators want City banned from the Champions League for a season if found guilty of breaking financial rules.

Chief investigator Yves Leterme has made his recommendation to Uefa but it is not known if he supports a ban.

City said "the accusation of financial irregularities remains entirely false".

Source:BBC



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