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Arsenal’s legendary manager, Arsene Wenger, is of the opinion that Manchester City should be punished if it has indeed breached financial fair play rules.
On Friday, the “citizens” were removed for two seasons from the Champions League and fined 30 million euros. The current England champion is also likely to be relegated to League 2, which is the fourth division on the Island. Etihad will appeal the heavy penalty to the Court of Arbitration in Lausanne.
“I’ve always been in control of the financial rules and for clubs to work with the natural incomes they have. The rules have been created. I’m convinced they have to go through some development, but they are what they are and you have to you respect. People who do not follow them and who are caught trying to circumvent the rules should be punished. ”
“If it is proven that it was done on purpose, then it cannot be left unpunished. I do not know the rules well enough to understand what punishment should be imposed. If there is no compliance, then this is not a real sport. that’s what I think is the most important. The rules exist and you have to follow them, “Wenger said.