UEFA have taken Manchester City out of all continental competitions for the next two years. The Cityzens may still compete, pending the verdict from the Court of Arbitration for Sports(CAS), still the top 10 teams are joining forces to keep the Etihad team out.
All this happened because City breached the Financial Fair Play rules, long story short – maybe, their owner had too much money and it missed road somehow. According to reports from Sportsmail, all the top 10 EPL teams, minus Sheffield United, are putting pressure on the CAS to enforce the ban from next season.
Is it fair? Should City exit the UCL next season?
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