Manchester City has been kicked out of the English Premier League (EPL) for 115 violations. City has also fired back with a demand for damages.

Matt Lawton, a reporter for the UK’s Times, said on April 4 (ET), “Man City has taken legal action for allegedly triggering a civil war on the scale of English soccer. The move will have a significant impact on the 115 charges. The dispute, which has become a battle between England’s most powerful clubs, will be resolved after two weeks of closed-door arbitration hearings that begin on Monday.”

Last season, City emerged as Europe’s top club. They won their third consecutive Premier League title, topping Arsenal, and the English FA Cup, beating rivals Manchester United in the final. They also won the coveted UEFA Champions League title, completing the triple.

This season, City’s run hasn’t stopped. They competed in the FIFA Club World Cup and went undefeated in the tournament, winning the trophy. In the Premier League, they relegated Arsenal to second place at the end of the season and became the first team in history to win four consecutive Premier League titles.

However, the club is now facing expulsion from the English Premier League. “City have been charged with a total of 115 Financial Fair Play (FFP) breaches over a nine-season period from 2009-10 to 2017-18,” the Premier League’s secretariat announced in February last year.

The timing was precisely after Mansour took over the club. Mansour had invested heavily in the club’s roster, bringing in a number of players. Starting with Robinho in 2009-10, Kevin De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, and Yaya Toure are just a few examples.

FFP is a rule that aims to improve the financial health of European soccer clubs. Simply put, it’s about spending what you earn. It states that the amount of money a club spends on transfers, salaries, etc. shouldn’t exceed a certain percentage of the club’s revenue.

Man City has been accused of a whopping 115 FFP violations. The Premier League’s governing body is expected to hold a hearing against City in the near 토토 future. If City’s charges are proven, the penalties could start with a minimum of a point deduction, a hefty fine, loss of the title, and relegation to a lower division.

“The outcome could be a game-changer for the professional game, and could also have implications for a separate hearing in November into City’s 115 alleged breaches of Premier League rules and financial regulations,” says Lawton. The hearing, which is expected to last six weeks, could result in a hefty fine for the owner and relegation for City.”

Already this season, Everton and Nottingham Forest have been penalized with point deductions by the Premier League’s governing body for breaching the Profitability and Sustainability Regulations (PSR). The PSR is the Premier League’s own version of the FFP rule. Unlike the FFP rules, the PSR only requires a club to lose no more than £150 million 안전놀이터 over a three-year period.

In City’s case, they are accused of violating both FFP and PSR. But City didn’t sit idly by. They will be seeking damages from the Premier League. “At a hearing next week, City will seek damages from the Premier League, claiming that the league’s associated person transactions (APT) rules, which have caused a bitter divide between the clubs, are unlawful,” said Lawton.

“In a 165-page legal document, City claim they are the victims of discrimination and describe the Premier League’s affiliate trading rules as a number of overreaches approved by rivals to stifle success on the pitch.”

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