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"Jose and other managers should know that we were damaged, and we should be apologized to. We were clean, like they say are".
City were originally banned from Europe for two seasons by UEFA. Their initial fine of 30 million euros was also brought down to 10 million euros. "Quite the contrary. I won't say it was celebrated, but some people did come out and say at least justice has been served to the state-run clubs". I'm nobody to know if they're guilty or not.
LaLiga president Javier Tebas has again questioned Manchester City after their European ban was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
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City's attention now switches to Bournemouth who they host in a Premier League clash tonight at 19:00 (SAST).
On Monday, the dispute between the pair was settled in the Premier League club's favour at the Courtroom of Arbitration for Activity (CAS).
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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta was proud of his players despite the defeat, telling Sky Sports: "We are really, really sad". While the victory helps Spurs' European ambitions, it dealt a major blow to Arsenal's.
"I would like to see the CAS's final resolution".
"In any case, it's a disgraceful decision because if City are not guilty then they should not be punished with the fine", he told a virtual news conference.
They've done things badly at the CAS.
On the other hand, City promptly released an appeal and had been productive when CAS identified there experienced been insufficient evidence to confirm the allegations and that some of them were "time-barred" as they fell outside the five-calendar year time limit.
He said abandoning the framework could lead to a situation where you have the richest clubs, owned by the richest people, dominating the sport.
However, if Man City, Man United or Chelsea win the FA Cup, it will probably mean the total number of Europa League places allocated via the league will increase to three - fifth, sixth and seventh. "The Etihad Stadium is not worth [what is paid for it] and that creates a very risky economic situation for us".
Manchester City have spent a colossal amount of money under Pep Guardiola, but how much of it has actually worked out? "The Club wishes to thank the panel members for their diligence and the due process that they administered".
"Their resolutions have been generating doubts for many years. It's the opposite of what it should be; there's no transparency".