English Premier League (EPL) clubs want Manchester City out of the league.
On the 6th (hereafter Korean time), the EPL Secretariat officially announced on its official website, “According to Premier League Rule W.82.1, the Premier League has referred Man City’s alleged violation of the Premier League Rules to the Committee in accordance with Rule W.3.4.” announced.
According to British ‘Sky Sports’, a total of five rules have been organized by Man City. The first is that over the past nine seasons, Premier League financial rules have been violated. The EPL Secretariat said it “did not provide accurate financial information, particularly in relation to revenue (including sponsorship revenue), related parties and operating expenses.” 먹튀검증
The second is accused of not properly disclosing executive compensation. From the 2009–10 season to the 2012–13 season, the club broke a rule requiring full details of manager’s remuneration to be included in the relevant contract with the manager. It has also been asked to disclose details of player remuneration within the relevant contracts from the 2010-11 season to the 2015-16 season.
It also alleged that between the 2013-14 season and the 2017-18 season, the European Football Federation (UEFA) rules regarding FFP (Financial Fair Play) were not followed. In 2020, Manchester City was also punished by UEFA for FFP violations, banned from participating in European competitions for two seasons, and fined 30 million euros (approximately 40 billion won). However, at the time, Man City appealed, and the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) invalidated the UCL suspension and reduced the fine.
In addition, the EPL Secretariat is accused of violating the EPL’s profitability and sustainability rules, including from the 2015-16 season to the 2017-18 season, and finally from December 2018, the league’s rules requiring cooperation and support to the EPL. .
EPL clubs are seeking Man City’s exit from the prosecution. Britain’s ‘Sky Sports’ said on the 8th: “Many EPL teams want Manchester City to be kicked out of the league if they are found to have broken the rules over nine seasons. The clubs that have pressed the hardest for action are Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea. , the teams, including Tottenham,” he said.