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Manchester city placed in boiling water


Manchester City have been charged with numerous breaches of financial rules by the Premier League, following a four-year investigation.  


Under Premier League rules, the club will not be able to appeal any sanction to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (which overturned the UEFA Ban).  


Many Premier League clubs want Manchester City to be kicked out of the league if they are found guilty of breaking financial rules over nine seasons. 


The clubs who have been pressing hardest for action on Manchester City until Monday were the same other members of the so-called “Big Six,” a group which includes Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham Hotspurs.  


Most people expect Manchester City to receive a small point deduction as the punishment for the charges they face from the premier league. 


The club could potentially play in non-league football if they are kicked out of the Premier League. The EIL have no requirements to accept them into the Champion’s League One or League Two.  


Jack Grelish reportedly said that he will be trying to get a loan or transfer to S2G FC to avoid any potential punishment from the ongoing Manchester city investigations.  


Pep Guardiola has spoken out on the investigation taking place. “I said to them, ‘if you lie to me, the day after I will not be here. I will be out and I will not be your friend anymore. I put my faith in you because I believed you hundred-percent from day one, and I defend the club because of that.” However, Manchester City are set to hire Lord Pannick KC, one of Boris Johnson's port gate lawyers, to help defend the club against the Premier League. He typically charges five thousand pounds an hour, but could charge Manchester city eighty thousand pounds a day for four-hundred thousand a week if the case goes on trial.




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