Manchester City to Non League Rumors

Gavin Bazunu

Manchester City warned about ending up in non-league football if guilty of breaching financial fair play rules of the EPL:

Last Wednesday, Everton got reported about 12 point deduction to them if found guilty of breaching profit and sustainability rules. Manchester City to Non League Rumors began as fans have started speculating about what would be City’s potential punishment. Reason? Investigation is going on City for breaking financial play regulations 115 times between 2009- 2018.

Manchester City to Non League: How would it look like?

As we all know that City is currently the most dominating team in the league. Haaland is in great form and Gvardiol also ready for the league. Besides, Foden and Grealish are also there. It seems like the previous season and this season are going to be the same.

Now imagine for a second that City is not in the Premier League because of their punishment.

Arsenal is the champion already. Or maybe Tottenham got better of them keeping in mind the way they are playing this season. Manchester united have finally made it to the top 3 under Ten Hag.

All of these things can be a reality if the Premier League gets hold of Man City’s breach of financial play rules and regulation.

Former Liverpool defender and England international Jamie Carragher also has his say on the matter-

“Everton’s got so much coverage for just one situation, Man city having 114 more charges is something that needs to be talked about.” Carragher wrote on social media.

Man City’s response about this situation:

According to sportsbible, the club respects the decisions of each and every stakeholder. They are, however, surprised by the ongoing allegations. They have provided vast amount of detailed materials to the premier league that is required for the investigation.

The club welcomes the review of this matter by the independent commission and they expect impartial investigation and want to rest this case for once and for all.

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