Monday, 27 May, 2019

Man City set to be handed signings ban

Manchester City face transfer ban from Fifa for flouting financial fair play rules Report Manchester City extended their lead at top to three points | AFP
Sidney Guerrero | 17 March, 2019, 04:57

City are now under investigation by the Football Association and Premier League for possible infractions in financial fair play and youth transfers.

File image of Pep Guardiola.

The west London club have already lodged an appeal against that punishment but were told by world governing body Federation Internationale de Football Association last week that the sanction would not be frozen while the case is being reviewed, as Chelsea had hoped.

"The Investigatory Chamber of the independent UEFA Club Financial Control Body has today opened a formal investigation into Manchester City FC for potential breaches of Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations".

If that is true, the English outfit will face no lesser than a transfer ban because of the third-party infringement as City could be argued that they had the influence of other clubs to sign the players. "I don't have any more comments", Guardiola said.

According to The Sun, FIFA are investigating the Right To Dream football academy in Ghana with particular reference to Sierra Leone's George Davies and Ghanaian Dominic Oduro, both of whom said they played for the club before turning 18.

Louis Vuitton pulls Michael Jackson-themed items from collection
But she also said that she stands by her cousin, Taj Jackson , who stood up for the deceased singer's reputation. Since the news came out, Paris has posted on social media affirming that she is not actually in the hospital.

The club issued a statement last month: "We will not be providing any comment on out-of-context materials purported to have been hacked or stolen from City Football Group and City personnel and associated people".

City were drawn against Premier League rivals Tottenham in the Champions League quarter-finals on Friday and Guardiola knows his side will have to be at their best to control their potent attacking threat.

Chelsea are not expected to face any action for making alleged illegal payments to Andreas Christensen's father - after i learned they were declared during a "Premier League amnesty" in 2015. "The squad's good, it's really good".

"I understand your job, I answered five questions last week, I can not be the right guy".

The FA and the Premier League are looking into the transfer, which took place in 2014 and which i has been told was not declared to the league during the amnesty period.

Real were able to get their ban reduced on appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, an avenue Chelsea will also explore.

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