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Man City allegations 'simply not true', says chief executive Soriano

BBC News Wednesday, 19 February 2020
Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano says club licensing and FFP allegations are "simply not true".
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UEFA’s allegations of Financial Fair Play regulation breaches against Manchester City are “simply not true”, says chief executive Ferran Soriano. City were last Friday given a two-season ban from European football and fined 30 million euros (£24.9million) for breaching financial regulations,...

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