Manchester City's CAS ruling highlights hollowness of FFP, UEFA should learn from NBA to level the playing field
UAE’s City Football Group-owned Manchester City were cleared of Financial Fair Play regulations on 13 July by the Court of Arbitration of Sports (CAS).
Second-placed City were handed a two-year suspension from European football for breaching Financial Fair Play regulations in February, which would have allowed a team finishing fifth in the Premier League to qualify for the Champions League.
The fact that such a high-profile case ended in failure for UEFA — is a defeat for UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body.
As CAS overturns Manchester City's two-year suspension from European football, here's all you need to know
In a huge win for Manchester City, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) overturned club's two-year suspension from European football. Here's all you need to know about the case.
UEFA punished Manchester City in February with a two-year ban for 'serious breaches' of rules monitoring club finances and failing to cooperate with investigators.
UEFA punished Manchester City in February for “serious breaches” of rules monitoring club finances and failing to cooperate with investigators.
Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Manchester City will be allowed to host the second leg of their last-16 Champions League matches at home.
The quarter-finals, semi-finals and final of Europa League will be played as a straight knockout tournament in Cologne, Duisburg, Duesseldorf and Gelsenkirchen, from 10-21 August, with the final in Cologne.
UEFA said earlier this month that this season’s Champions League, suspended in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, would be completed with an eight-team mini-tournament in Lisbon from 12-23 August
The long-standing allegation was revived two years after Platini said Swiss prosecutors told him he had been cleared of wrongdoing.
Marseille fined €3 million by UEFA for breaching FFP rules but allowed to retain Champions League spot next season
Marseille fined €3 million by UEFA for breaching Financial Fair Play rules but allowed to retain Champions League spot next season
UEFA chief defends decision to play internationals in September, says call taken to prevent damage to national team football
UEFA’s decision to allocate a window for international matches in September was made to prevent the coronavirus stoppage causing further damage to national team football, its president Aleksander Ceferin said.
Zidane believes that the solution being proposed by UEFA is the best way to complete this season's competition.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin lauds players like Raheem Sterling and Marcelo for taking political stance
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin on Wednesday praised footballers for taking a political stance and said the European football governing body’s own attempts to tackle racism in the game were “not enough.”
Champions League to conclude with eight-team mini tournament, to be held in Lisbon in August, says UEFA
The Champions League quarter-finals and semi-finals will be staged over one leg, instead of the usual two, with the final to be held on 23 August, UEFA deputy general secretary Giorgio Marchetti said after an executive committee meeting held by video conference.
Fan groups from 16 European countries unite to protest against fake crowd noise for football broadcast during pandemic
The football fan groups have also called for supporters to be given a voice in consultations about when and how it's safe to allow fans to return to stadiums amid the pandemic.
Champions League knockout rounds to be hosted in Lisbon, UEFA to move Europa League to Germany, says report
The widely reported UEFA wish to hold an eight-team knockout bracket in two empty stadiums in Portugal’s capital was confirmed in reports Monday by broadcaster Sky Italia.
Ligue 1: Netherlands international Memphis Depay returns to training with Lyon six months after suffering knee injury
The 26-year-old Depay, previously at PSV Eindhoven and Manchester United, tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in a Ligue 1 clash against Stade Rennes on 15 December.
The allegations include that Manchester City, owned by Abu Dhabi's royal family, misled UEFA over several years to comply with financial integrity rules for clubs.
Champions League: Germany, Portugal front-runners to host remaining matches, including final, suggests report
The priority for the remaining Champions League matches is choosing a location accessible to players and officials as fans are unlikely to be allowed in due to COVID-19 restrictions.