England Football Club, Manchester City has today received a ban of two years from participating in the game after breaching a UEFA Champions Leauge rule.
9jatoday learned that the Premier League club was a 2-year ban from playing in the Champions League game, added to their punishment is also a fine of €30 million (£25m/$33m), as a result of breaching a Financial Fair Play rules.
However, responding to the ban, the club said they are “disappointed but not surprised by the decision,” and described it as “prejudicial”.
It was reported that an investigation by the Adjudicatory Chamber of UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) found Manchester City guilty of “overstating its sponsorship revenue” between 2012 and 2016.
Meanwhile, City has also been dashed out of hope to win the English Premier Leauge this season after their titled contender, Liverpool gave them a huge gap in points having won all their matches, except for a single draw.