Watch Manchester City fans boo Premier League anthem as they are charged with FFP breaches
In a statement, the Premier League charged Manchester City with roughly 100 allegations of financial irregularities over the previous ten years with their fans now booing the Premier League anthem
Man City supporters were furious with PL allegations.
After the Premier League issued a statement accusing Manchester City of nearly 100 allegations of financial impropriety over the previous ten years, football fans all over the world were startled. The club responded to these allegations by releasing a statement stating that they fully support the probe.
But these allegations infuriated Man City supporters. City residents could be heard booing the Premier League song prior to the match versus Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium as a result of their outrage. City!, City!, City! was being chanted by the audience as the anthem went on. voicing their disapproval.
Manchester City fans boo Premier League anthem as they are charged with FFP breaches, video goes viral
Man city fans boo Premier League anthem. #ManCity pic.twitter.com/yGsYsVX6TI
— 93:20 Cityzens – MCFC Fan Channel (@9320cityzens) February 12, 2023
There will be a probe against City.
The EPL referred the club to a commission regarding potential violations between the 2009–10 and 2017–18 seasons, to return to the claims. By appealing to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in 2020, City was able to reverse a two-year ban that was based on comparable accusations from European club competitions (Cas).
After UEFA determined that Man City had violated Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules between 2012 and 2016, this action was taken. Initially seeking a two-year suspension, Uefa was only able to impose a punishment of €30 million (about £27 million) on City for alleged financial fair play violations involving sponsorship payments.
In the press conference prior to the game against Aston Villa, Man City manager Pep Guardiola addressed these accusations. He claimed that the club had done nothing wrong and would defend itself just as they had done against UEFA.
Manchester City defeated Aston Villa 3-1 to close the gap on Arsenal to three points.
Pep Guardiola’s team raced into second position with three-goals in the first-half via Rodri (4), Ilkay Gundogan (39) and a Riyad Mahrez penalty (45+1). However, Haaland, who has scored 25 Premier League goals this season and set up City’s second, had to be substituted at halftime due to what appeared to be a thigh injury, making it uncertain whether he will travel to Arsenal on Wednesday. Ollie Watkins then scored to bring one back for Villa (61).
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