Manchester City’s European ban shocked the world of football back in February.
It was the first time a big club has been subject to serious punishment for breaching Financial Fair Play regulations, but the suspension was, of course, subject to appeal.
Pep Guardiola’s side eventually won their appeal against UEFA in The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on July 13, with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insisting the decision was a “bad day for football”.
However Nine out of the Twenty premier league clubs have written to the court of Arbitration for Sport to uphold Manchester city champions league ban
Arsenal, Burnley, Chelsea, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester United, Newcastle, Tottenham and Wolves are the ennead in question.
In the end, City didn’t request for their European ban to be lifted and simply relied on the appeal process.