April 14, 2024

Čeferin tvrdi da je Mančester siti pravedno kažnjen

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In February 2020, UEFA fined Manchester City 30 million euros and banned them from European competitions for two seasons for breaching financial fair play regulations. However, in July of the same year, the Court of Arbitration for Sport overturned the suspension due to lack of evidence and statute of limitations, and Manchester City had to pay 10 million euros. During the period in question, Manchester City won the English championship three times.

UEFA president Čeferin stated in an interview with the Daily Telegraph that he would not intervene in the case but indicated that a guilty verdict would vindicate UEFA’s initial decision. He emphasized the importance of respecting the court’s decision, stating his belief in the correctness of the independent body’s ruling.

In England, Everton and Nottingham Forest faced similar accusations, leading to Everton being deducted 10 points in November of the previous year. The Premier League’s chief executive, Richard Masters, mentioned that a hearing was scheduled without specifying the exact date. The reigning English and European champions, Manchester City, have denied any wrongdoing.

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