A few years ago. When Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal, Ferguson’s Manchester United, or Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea ruled the Premier League at the turn of the century, Manchester City was just a mediocre club. A league title or tough opposition, no accolades would go with this team.But from the beginning of the last decade, this standard club began to change. Manuel Pellegrini began to slowly transform Manchester City. And after winning the first Premier League, Manchester City basically became a big team.
Then comes the biggest change. Emirati billionaire Sheikh Zayed Al Mansour bought the ownership of the city. Then Pep Guardiola became the coach of the club. With the blessing of petrodollars, Pep Guardiola has made his own XI. He changed the entire squad in the blink of an eye. Because, money has no obligation. And if money is in hand, it is possible to acquire anything that can be bought. Football players are no exception!
The team is full of star players, success is not too elusive. The Premier League title has been won twice in a row. Arsenal, Manchester United are in trouble now. The Citizens, on the other hand, are the first team in Premier League contention. The image of the club has also changed. They are the big team now, this change is always blowing in the wind of history. But Guardiola or the supporters have only one regret.
The Champions League was not won, on the contrary, Manchester City failed on the stage of the biggest competition in Europe, despite the title of a big club. The team did little to suppress this failure. Every now and then Pep Guardiola has thought about overhauling the team. That’s what happened. His chosen player Sheikh Mansoor fetched a high price. And here is the problem.
Manchester City have been appertained to an independent commission by the Premier League over alleged breaches of its fiscal rules, the English top flight blazoned on Monday. The contended breaches gauge a period from the 2009/10 season to the 2017/18 crusade.
The defending titleholders are contended to have traduced league rules taking provision” in utmost good faith” of” accurate fiscal information that gives a true and fair view of the club’s fiscal position”.
The Premier League said the accurate fiscal information needed related to” profit( including backing profit), its affiliated parties and its operating costs”.
The alternate set of breaches listed refers to contended breaking of rules” taking a member club to include full details of director remuneration in its applicable contracts with its director” related to seasons 2009/10 to 2012/13 .
The club’s director between December 2009 and May 2013 was current Italy master Roberto Mancini. The alternate set of contended breaches also refers to conditions for a club to” include full details of player remuneration within the applicable contracts”.
The third section deals with contended breaches of Premier League rules taking clubs to misbehave with UEFA Financial Fair Play regulations.
City were banned from UEFA competitions for two times by European football’s governing body for alleged breaches of its FFP regulations in February 2020, but the permission was capsized by the Court of Arbitration for Sport in July of the same time.
The situation can demand Manchester City few points deduction/Money Charges/Transfer ban.