The Court of Arbitration for Sport has lifted Manchester City’s two-season ban, clearing them to play in the Champions League next season after the team’s lawyers appeal the ban for allegedly infringing the Financial Fair Play regulations.
It was as though the 2019/2020 English Premier League champions were out of the the most prestigious football competition for the next two seasons.
But new development coming in suggests Manchester City’s two-season ban from UEFA competitions has been quashed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
This means Manchester City gets to qualify and play in next seasons competition.
Manchester City ensured their qualification for next season’s European competition on Saturday after beating Briton and Hove Albion at home 5 nil, Rahim sterling recording a hattrick in the process.
This new development makes the the two remaining top 4 champions league slot a tough break for the top 6 teams seeing at Chelsea and Leicester City losing to Sheffield United and Bournemouth respectively with Manchester united yet to play in the late hours of today
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