Being banned from the EUFA is just the same as being blacklisted from real money online casino gaming. There is a lot you will miss out on and in the case of Manchester City, they will have to fight hard to get their reputation back. The team has a lot to lose as it may end up losing fans and a lot of money in the process. But, hopefully, this is just a passing phase for the team. They might just be given enough time to train hard and come back stronger and in a bid to prove a point.
What Really Happened?
There has been rumours that the team was not adhering to the EUFA rules and guidelines as specified on the terms and conditions of their licensing. All this came to light in an article that was published in the Spiegel International back in 2018. After that, investigations were under way and the issue was only recently finalised.
As if that was not enough fire on the mountain, the team may have been operating on funds that may have been gotten in not the cleanest ways possible. It is said that the owner of the team, Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al Nahyan, could have been funnelling funds to the sponsors of the team who would go on and give the money to the team. And, this is against the FFP Regulations. Did you know that you can play football-themed online slots through Newzealand online pokies? Remember to gamble responsibly.
What is the Way Forward?
The team has been found guilty of not being velar about their funding and also not following the guidelines and rules of the regulations. Therefore, it has been barred to participate in the EUFA league for two years, 2021 and 2022. Therefore, you will not be seeing the team participating in the EUFA anytime soon. In their defence, the team has said that the accusations are false and based on information that has not been legally obtained.