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Manchester City’s two-year ban to be decided in July

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English Premier League giants Manchester City are set to know their fate in July in regard to a two-year European ban they were slapped with.

Manchester City had initially appealed the decision calling the Court of Arbitration for Sports to hold a virtual meeting on Wednesday.

In the meeting CAS deliberated to make a decision mid-July and the same will be relayed to the club afterwards.

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Pep Guardiola’s side was accused of breaching the UEFA Financial Fair Play rules in addition to failing to co-operate in the investigation.

UEFA did not only slap City with the two-year ban but also fined them 30 million pounds as the case in hand is being heard for determination.

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