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Respected journalist drops major update on Man City's 115 FFP charges minutes after Premier League triumph

Respected journalist drops major update on Man City's 115 FFP charges minutes after Premier League triumph

A new update surrounding City's 115 charges.

A respected journalist has dropped an update on the status of Manchester City's hearing into 115 alleged breaches of the Premier League's financial rules.

City were charged by the Premier League last February over the alleged breaches, which relate to the time period between 2019 and 2018.

The club have strenuously denied the allegations made against them, and are still awaiting a hearing into the charges.

Sky News reporter Rob Harris stated earlier this week that a date had been decided by the Premier League - echoing comments made by league chief executive Richard Masters in January.

Now, New York Times journalist Tariq Panja has finally given fans an estimate as to when the hearing will take place - and when City will find out the decision.

Taking to Twitter, he wrote: "Now the season is over, some rough dates for the diary.

"October 2024: Hearing into Premier League champion Manchester City's unprecedented 115 charges for breaking rules.

"Late 24/early 25: "Ruling in Premier League champions Manchester City's 115 charges for breaking rules.

"Manchester City refute all the 115 charges and allegations."

The update comes on the same day that City won their fourth consecutive Premier League title, beating West Ham 3-1 at the Etihad Stadium to finish two points ahead of nearest rivals Arsenal.

What have Manchester City been charged with?

Here is a full breakdown of the 115 charges levelled at Manchester City:

  • Failure to provide accurate and up-to-date financial information from 2009/10 to and including 2017/18 - 54 alleged breaches
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  • Failure to co-operate with Premier League investigations from December 2018 - present [Feb 2023] - 35 alleged breaches
  • Failure to provide accurate financial reports for player and manager compensation from 2009/10 to and including 2017/18 - 14 alleged breaches
  • Breaches of Premier League profitability and sustainability regulations from 2015/16 to and including 2017/18 - Seven alleged breaches
  • Failure to comply with UEFA's regulations, including UEFA's Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations - Five alleged breaches
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Topics: Manchester City, Premier League, FFP, Football