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Discussion in 'Sport Talk' started by aposhark, Feb 15, 2020.
I was expecting something of the sort to happen..........
But not the severity of it.........
Guardiola may well leave before his contract ends..............
Some newspaper reports are saying the premier league and going to look into them more thoroughly and possible demotion from the premier league, if that happens then I don’t think pep will stay and manage in a lower league.
Demoting City would be a massive shock, Stupot10
I wonder if there's a Liverpool fan in the Premier League headquarters.
The Premier league say a points deduction may happen, but like the UEFA ban. City are going to appeal. Pep says not winning the UEFA cup for City is a failure.
Anything is possible
I think it's a shame that governing bodies have this much interest in high profile clubs who are in no danger of going out of business, but then let unscrupulous owners drive clubs like Bury to extinction, and others like Bolton and Blackpool to the brink.
In this particular case, I think City's punishment is very unfair. I have no compelling desire to stand up for City, but they are just unfortunate in that they have been found out. Other clubs like MUFC are built on incredible debt. Similar at Barcelona and Real Madrid. Chelsea were nothing until the Russians came in. If PSG isn't equally or more crooked than City, I'll stuff a model of the Eiffel Tower up my backside.
Unless UEFA is going to set stringent restrictions on any ridiculously wealthy owners buying football clubs, they should just accept that some clubs will have a non-footballing financial advantage.
If Albania wanted to chuck half of its GDP at its football clubs in order to win European trophies, let them. As long as the money is coming in via non criminal means, that's pretty much all UEFA should be interested in.
City will appeal the decision for a ban.
I stated this on Saturday.
City have said they will appeal the decision.
Ah, age creeping up on me . Sorry
It must be true then