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Man City Champions League ban Qandamp;A: What happens next with CAS appeal and Premier League?

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Manchester City have been banned from the all Uefa competition for the next two seasons after European football's governing body found they had breached Financial Fair Play regulations.

That ban covers both the Champions League and the Europa League, meaning City will be without European football in the aforementioned seasons, regardless of whether they qualify through their Premier League position.

No action has been taken against City’s participation in this season’s Champions League, which will return later this month for the start of the knockout stages.

On Friday night, European football’s governing body announced that it had found ‘serious breaches’ of those regulations, with City ‘overstating its sponsorship revenue in its accounts’.

Since March 2019, Uefa have been officially investigating City over possible violations of their Financial Fair Play regulations.

For example, it was CAS that shortened Chelsea’s transfer ban earlier this season.

City have already confirmed that they will appeal the verdict to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the independent body that rules on such matters.
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