Following the recent ban on Manchester City to partake in UEFA’s Champions League for two years over an alleged Financial Fair Play (FFP), the City’s CEO, Ferran Soriano has insisted and labelled the claims as “false” and “about politics”.
Recalled that last week, UEFA had banned City and made a claim that the team management has made “serious breaches” of their FFP regulations and failed to cooperate during the investigation, with the hefty ban and 30 million euros (25m pounds) fine dishes out to the Etihad club.
However, the City’s boss denied the allegations and has vowed to take the matter to another level in the court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
“Well, the most important thing I have to say today is that the allegations are not true. They are simply not true,” Soriano told the club’s official website.
According to him, all evidence was provided, however, the FFP investigatory Chamber relied more on out of context stolen emails than all the other evidence we provided of what actually happened and I think it’s normal that we feel like we feel, he added.
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