Financial investigations are carried out on Man City, which are raising questions as well as prospects on the Champions League ban. Their game against RB Leipzig might have been a landmark event for the club for wrong reasons. Though it was well represented in their first Champions League knock out fixture in several years, had UEFA;s punishment for a couple of years not been overturned by the court of Arbitration for Sport in July 2020. The same can be the case but the governing authority’s response’s are different.
The fudge of the outcome represented
The fudge that the outcome represented where Man City were fined an amount of 10 million pounds for non-cooperation is reflected in several questions that are getting reflected about the case, and are asked again at the very top level of football, when the governing authority, i.e., the Premier League charged the serial champions, i.e., Man City over 100 alleged breaches.
However, questions also remain on the fact that the UEFA didn’t appeal to the outcome when the sources within the organizations feel they should have certainly done the same. Why they didn’t open a new investigation when Der Spiegel released a new set of emails that were apparent in the contradiction of some evidence given by the CAS?
A statement in this regard of Man City
A statement read that UEFA has full trust in all arbitrators that are appointed by the International Council for Arbitration in Sport (ICAS), along with who are accordingly on the list of arbitrators for composing the CAS panels.
Also, the arbitrators in question were all longstanding, prominent as well as experienced CAS arbitrators. The governing authority of the European football, i.e., the UEFA certainly had no doubts regarding their independence or any sort of impartiality. Several sources have described this explanations coming regarding this as unsatisfactory.
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