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UEFA opens investigation into Man City over FFP

SBS Thursday, 7 March 2019
ZURICH (Reuters) - UEFA has opened a formal investigation into Premier League champions Manchester City over potential breaches of its break-even rule known as Financial Fair Play (FFP), European soccer's ruling body said on Thursday.
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News video: Guardiola insists legacy will not be tainted by FFP probe

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says he trusts his club as UEFA launch an investigation into whether they have breached financial fair play rules

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