Klopp is dissatisfied with the acquittal of City


Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp said that the success of Manchester City’s appeal against a penalty that prevented him from European competitions for two years because of allegations of breaching the rules of fair financial play “is not good for football”. “I don’t think it was a good day for soccer yesterday to be honest,” the Premier League champions said during a press conference. He added: «The rules of fair financial play are a good idea and aim to protect clubs and competitions in order not to spend in extravagance in spending and to ensure that the money comes from the correct sources.» And the sports arbitration court canceled the punishment for City after accepting the appeal on Monday, which means allowing the team to participate in the Champions League next season. The court found that Citi had not broken the rules of fair financial play by inflating sponsorship earnings in its accounts. Klopp continued: “I do not care to judge this and I will not do, but I think we should stick to the rules and I hope they will continue because they set unimaginable borders and this is good for football. If you start, no one will care again and enrich the people or countries, they will be able to do anything. ” He continued, “The competition will be really difficult and I think this will lead automatically to the Elite League Championship, which includes ten teams, for example, and depends on who owns the clubs and not the names of the clubs, so it makes sense to keep these rules.”


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