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Friday, 5 May 2017

Breaking News: Man City banned from signing players


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First Barcelona, then Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, now Manchester City have fallen foul of the rules governing the signing of academy players.

BREAKING NEWS: Manchester City have been fined £300,000 by the Premier League and banned from signing academy players for two years.

Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid all received UEFA bans, Manchester City just a Premier Lague ban, but it amounts to the same thing. This is the same club who breached Financial Fair Play rules which does rather show the disregard they have for authority. Perhaps they think they are above it.

In February they were fined for breaching anti-doping rules and in March fined for failing to control their players after a penalty was awarded against them in a match with Liverpool. 

Also in March, they received a fine after a match in February against Monaco in the UEFA Champions League.

That all rather suggests it is part and parcel of normal life at the club.

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5 comments:

  1. CARRY ON WINNING NOTHING AS ALWAY YOU BITTER PLANK

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    1. LOL. It's hard to argue against such erudite comments (rofl).

      COYS!!

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  2. Banned from academy players. As a journalist you're met to do research. Have you ever seen Tottenham win the league?

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  3. So yet again you run a deliberately misleading headline as clickbate. Man City don't care about academy players. Mansour's billions will ensure they pay top dollar for established international players to try to buy the league again. Just like Cheatski have with £1billion of crooked Russian money.

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  4. Let’s be honest financial fines mean very little to club run by multi-billionaire owners.
    The ‘past by their sell date’ piggies who have had their nose in the EPL trough for too long now (the current FA governing board) were never going to agree to a deduction of points, which is the only punishment that will have any effect.

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