Manchester City fans plans to stage a protest against Uefa ahead of the club’s appeal against a two-year Champions League ban.
The Premier League champions were found guilty of serious breaches of Financial Fair Play in February, which also saw them fined around £25million.
City immediately launched an appeal, which will be heard before the Court of Arbitration for Sport from Monday to Wednesday next week and could take up to two months to be ruled upon.
The club have always refuted the charges and insist they will be cleared, while fans have long-held grievances towards European football’s governing body.
Now the 1894 Group, which has over 25,000 followers on Twitter, plans to unveil a banner protest against the initial ruling. Continue reading
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