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UEFA want to send Man City back to mid-table—and it may work

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While UEFA, in handing Manchester City a two-year Champions League ban for FFP breaches, are acting within the bounds of their enforcement power, many fail to recognize that this is merely the latest step in defending the interests of European football’s historical elite at the expense of the rest.

UEFA does not have a personal vendetta with Manchester City.

The Rule of Law, a cornerstone of any legal or political theory class, can essentially be defined by the concept that the law must be applied equally to all, regardless of status or power.

To be absolutely clear, I am not defending the actions of Manchester City or their ownership with regard to their violation of the rules as currently constructed.

This caveat benefits the historical elite tremendously.

With City’s project grinding to a halt and teams such as Arsenal and Manchester United likely to return to the mean in the future, the top four in the coming years could look oddly familiar: Liverpool, United, Arsenal, Chelsea (with the possible exception of Spurs) battling at the top.

Its aim is to function as a sort of salary cap on transfer spending and wages and to prevent teams from falling into debt.
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