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Man City Facing Potential Expulsion from Premier League

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Former Everton CEO Keith Wyness has suggested that Manchester City could face potential expulsion from the Premier League if found guilty of their 115 financial charges. The charges, which date back to 2009, were brought against the club in February for over 100 breaches of the competition’s financial fair play regulations.

If found guilty, Man City could face a points deduction or even expulsion from the competition. However, the club has vehemently denied any wrongdoing and has vowed to fight their case. The duration of the proceedings is uncertain, with some speculating that they could last for several more years.

Last season, Man City achieved the treble, winning the Premier League title, the FA Cup, and the Champions League. However, the success of the club, supported by owner Sheikh Mansour’s vast wealth, has been overshadowed by the Premier League charges.

Nottingham Forest and Everton have already faced points deductions for breaking financial fair play rules, and Wyness believes that the severity of Man City’s charges could lead to expulsion. He highlighted a 52-page document detailing the reasons for Nottingham Forest’s deduction, which mentioned the possibility of expulsion.

Football Insider’s Pete O’Rourke commented on the situation, stating that the Premier League considers Man City’s charges to be more complex than those of Everton and Nottingham Forest. He also criticized the league for not taking action against Man City while penalizing the other clubs.

Ultimately, for the good of the game, decisions need to be made regarding Man City’s case to maintain the integrity of the Premier League.

This article was updated 3 weeks ago



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