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Arsene Wenger's previous comments about financial fair play amid Man City's Champions League ban

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Manchester City are facing a two-year ban from the UEFA Champions League after being found to be in breach of the financial fair play rules.

“Financial fair play raises new questions,” Wenger said, as reported by the Guardian.

The reigning Premier League champions will not be allowed to compete in UEFA competitions in the 2020/21 and 2021/22 seasons after the club were found to have misled the governing body in the incomings from sponsorship deals.



The decision could benefit Arsenal as if the ban is upheld, then it means a fifth place finish in the league will mean a Champions League qualification place.

Football is maybe only at the start of a huge financial investment.

However, speaking in 2017, then Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger spoke out on his concerns over the FFP rules.

“Do I want to get rid of financial pair play?
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