Manchester City could be relegated to League Two after UEFA ban
Pep Guardiola’s side Could be relegated to League Two if their appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sports fails, it was recently ruled that any such club would have to start rebuilding in the fourth tier.
Manchester City was banned by UEFA from participating both the Champions League and Europa League on Friday after they were found to have committed “serious breaches” of UEFA’s club licensing and Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.
Premier League have recently changed their rules so that any club in that situation must start again in League Two.”
The Football League have the power to expel teams and a new rule states that any such club would have to start rebuilding in the fourth tier. It a way of expulsion from the League.
The rule supply true accounting information to obtain a licence to play in the Premier League, and the Football League rules were recently changed to state anyone in this situation would be placed in League Two.
The ban could help the likes of Tottenham Hotspur or even Sheffield United into the Champions League places this season, while Everton or Arsenal could make a late Europa League charge.