Published: Tue, May 14, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Investigators Seek Man City's Ban From Champions League

Investigators Seek Man City's Ban From Champions League

Manchester City's aspirations of translating their domestic success onto the European stage could be halted for the time being, with a UEFA panel seeking a minimum one-year ban from the Champions League.

Mahrez, City's record signing who has endured a hard first season under at City, then made sure of the result and the final destination of the one of the most thrilling title races in recent memory with a thumping right-foot shot on 63 minutes. "We take a lot of things with us, we will take this on, and hopefully we can challenge next year and do even better".

"Nobody has lost this Premier League, it's been won - and it's been won by an unbelievable team that's set the standard".

"To get 97 points, to play football like we have played all season, we have to be very proud".

A points haul of 98 points is the second best in Premier League history, only behind the 100 points they accumulated last season.

Manchester City may not be allowed to participate in the Champions League soon.

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"If we can do it then it'll be a hell of a season". While all the attention will be focused on matches occurring in Anfield and Falmer, we highly recommend scanning the entire landscape, because Sunday is going to be a blast.

Yet while a sixth Champions League/European Cup trophy would be nice - particularly after the disappointment against Real Madrid in last season's final in Kiev - a first Premier League title next season remains the focus of the drive forward.

Lewis Dunk played Sergio Aguero on side as David Silva played a clever little back heel into the Argentine's path for him to slam home his 21st league goal of the campaign.

He said: "When I think of the Barcelona team that Pep Guardiola had eight, nine years ago, it stopped Manchester United winning three Champions League titles just because they were so good, and Liverpool can just look at it pragmatically with a philosophical view that they came up against a great side".

Those regulations restrict teams from both taking on too much debt and not spending more than they bring in.

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