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Manchester City's 115 FFP charges trial date remains undisclosed by Premier League authorities

Published at :January 16, 2024 at 11:31 PM
Modified at :January 16, 2024 at 11:31 PM
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Rajarshi Shukla


Manchester City have broken 115 FFP league rules

The Premier League will not be disclosing the date of the hearing for Manchester City’s 115-charge Financial Fair Play case. The English national team, who are currently defending their title after winning a record triple crown in 2022–2023 are aware that they are facing tough questions off the pitch.

In 2023, it was disclosed that City’s financial operations would be scrutinised after a five-year probe, with accusations stemming from 2009. FFP sanctions have hurt other Premier League teams as well; this season, Everton has already been docked ten points.

They’ve been told that they and Nottingham Forest are once again under scrutiny, and they’re getting ready to fight English football’s regulatory body in court once more.

Amidst the modifications to the rules in August 2024, backers at Goodison Park, the City Ground, as well as Merseyside and the East Midlands have expressed doubts about their cases being expedited, questioning why teams like Chelsea and City seem to be able to spend as much money as they’d like before anything happens.

Richard Masters, the CEO of the Premier League, has made an effort to handle the matter, but he has not stated when City will meet its fate. He states.

“I can” understand the frustration of Everton and Forest fans, but added on City’s case: “There is a date but I can’t tell you when it is.”

Should the City be judged to have violated or bent the rules, they may be subject to a variety of penalties. Traditionally, the best course of action has been fines and point deductions; Pep Guardiola’s team could receive a penalty that prevents them from competing for the domestic championship in the future.

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