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Fans of football or even Manchester City, you guys must have heard of sad yet bizarre accusations made against the football team. It is claimed that Manchester City has been banned from playing in any European Club Competition for the next 2 years. Not only that, but they are also asked to pay a fine of 30 million euros! What a big number.

Due to all the commotion, Manchester city took their case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and are hoping for a different outcome.

“We’re not surprised but we have to admit we are disappointed,” Manchester briefly states.

There have been rumors claiming contradicting stories leaving you guys quite confused. Well here’s the whole facts behind this puzzling case.

The CFCB, Independent Adjudicatory Chamber of the Club Financial Control Body is accusing Manchester City of illegally breaking the rules by misusing its sponsorship revenue in their accounts. Manchester has also failed to cooperate in the entire investigation. What’s the deal here?

Back in 2018, a number of articles were published claiming that Manchester City has playing a game when it came to UEFA Financial Fair Play (FFP) as well as breaking regulations and other licensing requirements.

The worst allegation that was used against Manchester City was that holding company ADUG, Abu Dhabi United Group that is currently owned by Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed al Nahyan, has been funneling money to Abu Dhabi based sponsors then rerouting the money to Manchester City as Sponsorship! Is this true? Yes Sheikh Mansour is a billionaire brother of the ruler of U.A.E, but do you really think they’d play with the law?

Manchester City was supposed to be playing a match against Real Madrid on the 26th of February at Bernabeu, but the future of Manchester City is at stake.

Javier Tebas, La Liga President Javier, amongst other football teams are praising the UEFA for finally taking action and coming to a decision.

It is safe to assume that Manchester knew that this was coming but didn’t know the severity of their consequences would hit back this hard.

After connecting the dots and knowing more about the inside story, in your opinion, do you believe that a 30 Million fine as well as the team being exempted for the next two years from playing in European Championships is too harsh of a punishment or do you think that they got what they deserve?

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Africa Cup of Nations Postponed Until 2022

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The confederation of African Football just announced yesterday the postponement of the Africa Cup of Nations until 2022, which was scheduled in 2021.

“After consultation with stakeholders and taking into consideration the current global situation, the tournament has been rescheduled for January 2022. The date for the final tournament and the remaining matches of the qualifiers will be communicated in due course,” a statement read on the CAF website.

The CAF executive committee held a meeting on Tuesday to discuss the fate of the competition amid the outbreak of the virus.

“This decision was taken due to the uncertainties about the coronavirus health situation and especially because of the scheduling problems since four rounds of qualifiers would need to be fitted into the October and November windows for international matches,” CAF President Ahmad Ahmad told a news conference after the meeting.

The Nations Cup was supposed to be held next January in Cameroon, but given that the CAF has postponed three rounds of qualifiers already, the fate of the tournament has become unclear.

All continental sports activities have also been suspended since March due to the pandemic, including the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederation Cup, which were originally scheduled to be played on 1 May.

We are sure a lot of football enthusiasts are disappointed by the news, but it’s for the best as safety of players and the audience come first.

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What You Need To Know About Sports’ Resumption

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Egypt’s Minister of Sports and Youth Ashraf Sobhi has confirmed once again that all sports competitions in Egypt will be carried out according to a cabinet decision, including the domestic handball league.

After suspending sports activities for months due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has announced the resumption of all sports’ activities and that teams resume training starting June 20th.

Here’s what we know so far about the sports’ activities that are making a return!

Zamalek club said on Wednesday that they will not be taking part in the Egyptian Premier League, when it resumes in late July, citing concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.

The Egyptian Handball Association also announced last week that the league will be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, and that the new season will start in August.

“The decision of of Handball Association to cancel the current season was suspended, as association boss Hassan Mostafa told us that canceling the league could affect organizing for the World Cup,” Sobhi said.

Egypt is scheduled to host the 2021 World Men’s Handball Championship from 14 to 31 January 2021. The tournament will be the first handball championship, with 32 teams instead of 24.

Al-Ahly’s first football team resumed their training sessions, after undergoing covid-19 tests on Sunday.

 

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Egypt Football Association: Players, Staff Members and Club Officials to Undergo PCR Tests

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As of today, all players and club staff will undergo PCR tests ahead of the return of sporting activities, according to a statement issued by the Egyptian Football Association (EFA).

The decision finally comes after the Egyptian football has been halted since 14 March as the total number of COVID-19 cases reached more than 50,000 cases.

But after a halt that lasted months, the Minister of Youth and Sports, Ashraf Sobhi, just recently announced that the Egyptian Premier League would start July 25th with teams returning to training this month.

Which brings us to the decision that all players must undergo PCR test twice, with at least five days separating each test while also explaining that positive results will be disclosed privately in order to respect the player’s privacy.

These tests will begin today to ensure that they all return back to the field safely.

The decision was also influenced by several clubs who asked for the test and to begin testing as early as possible, in order to guarantee a safe return.

 

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