Man City referred to UEFA financial body in fair play probe

Man City referred to UEFA financial body in fair play probe

Watford keeper Heurelho Gomes will be retiring from football after tomorrow's FA Cup final against Manchester City to become a pastor, The Daily Mail reports.

But they lost out to City after a 14-game winning streak to finish the season and De Bruyne says it shows they were better than Jurgen Klopp's side.

City's version was alleged to make references to the Hillsborough disaster and the attack on Liverpool supporter Sean Cox before a Champions League tie with Roma at Anfield - but Guardiola insists that was never the attention, apologising to the Reds in the process. But we're still competitors.

"We just need to be positive going into it and try to win it".

"I'm going to do everything I can to put a bit of blood in that water, so this team gets even hungrier".

He concluded: "Hopefully we can celebrate the FA Cup Final, the Premier League, the Carabao Cup and the Community Shield, on Saturday and especially Monday with our fans and the people".

In a statement released on Thursday, Uefa said (as reported): "The Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) chief investigator, after having consulted with the other members of the independent investigatory chamber of the CFCB, has today made a decision to refer Manchester City FC to the CFCB adjudicatory chamber following the conclusion of his investigation".

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Progression to the final totalises €47 million (adding up last 16, quarter final and semi-final payments), with the Champions League victor getting €4 million, a further €3.5 million for contesting the UEFA Super Cup in August and then a final €1 million to whoever lifts the trophy.

"We know what to expect from Man City and if one of their world class players produces a bit of magic then sometimes it's very hard to stop but we know we have players that can also produce a bit of magic and can score fantastic goals too".

"People say how handsome it is but we have to win again and again and again and the players have to feel that". The Spaniard will look to restrict Oleksandr Zinchenko and Raheem Sterling from finding space and time on the ball. I think Guardiola will be using his fast players on that big Wembley pitch and Mahrez, Silva and Foden will be back up options.

Sane has two seasons left on the deal he signed when he joined City for £37m from Schalke in 2016 but talks over an extension are yet to reach fruition. "Everywhere. If my theory is true maybe in the future people don't like us", he said.

"We competed really well in both games in different moments".

"The problem is the period between November and February and March". "When he is fit he is incredible".

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