Financial breach: Manchester City F.C. guilty?
By Guardian Exclusive
11 February 2023 | 6:09 am
Man City was found culpable of 115 cases relating to Financial breaches; the case has been referred to the club to an independent commission over alleged rule breaches between 2009 and 2018.
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