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Man City avoid transfer ban over youth transfers; fined by FIFA

Man City avoid transfer ban over youth transfers; fined by FIFA

14.8.2019

Man City avoid transfer ban over youth transfers; fined by FIFA

Premier League champions Manchester City have avoided a transfer ban but have be...

Premier League rivals Chelsea were given a one-year transfer ban and fined 600,000 Swiss francs in February in relation to 29 cases where regulations relating to the international transfer and registration of Under-18 players were breached.

FIFA said its Disciplinary Committee took into account the fact that City had “accepted its responsibility”.

German publication Der Spiegel reported in March that the club’s Abu Dhabi owners inflated sponsorship agreements to comply with FFP requirements, which prompted the UEFA probe.

FFP rules are intended to prevent clubs receiving unlimited amounts of money through inflated sponsorship deals with organisations related to the owners.

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