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Premier League FFP charges for Man City could cause 'mutiny' as UEFA warned

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UEFA have been warned that any outcome from the allegations Manchester City have been charged with by the Premier League will 'almost certainly cause serious unrest among its member clubs to a point of mutiny'.

The issue has been brought into sharper focus since last week's ruling that saw Everton deducted 10 points by the league for a breach of Financial Fair Play rules, with a new wave of speculation on how that decision could impact on any forthcoming sanctions that potentially heading City's way, if the case against them is proved.

Earlier this year, City were hit with a string of grave accusations from the Premier League, including nearly a decade of misrepresenting their finances to the relevant football authorities.

The club vehemently deny any suggestion they have not adhered to competition rules, and will be able to defend their position at an independent tribunal that will assess the evidence. ALSO READ: Everton punishment serves as dual City warning ALSO READ: Guardiola has already responded to Everton’s pressure over Man City charges The lengthy investigation by the Premier League followed a similar look into City by UEFA, who concluded in 2020 that the Blues had breached their financial fair play rules and should be banned from the Champions League for two years.

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