Manchester City could lose their Premier league title of 2014 if they are deemed to have breached the Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules, as per reports. City have been banned from participating in any UEFA competitions for the next two years, (UEFA Champions league and Europa league) due to serious breaches of UEFA club licensing and Financial Fair Play FFP rules.
Meanwhile, the Citizens have appealed the decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport CAS. but should they fail in their appeal, the Premier League will open an investigation into their past transactions and due punishment will be handed out. Continue reading “MANCHESTER CITY TO LOSE LEAGUE TITLE?”
On the surface, it seemed like the dream ticket. When Henry James “Harry” Redknapp was appointed the manager of Birmingham City back in April, most Blues fans could already sense their team was back on the right path to the promised land of the Premier League.
Despite Redknapp’s vast experience at most levels of the footballing pyramid, the former manager of Bournemouth, West Ham, Portsmouth (twice), Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, Queens Park Rangers along with a brief spell in international management as the boss of Jordan, the popular 70-year-old has been cast to the managerial scrapheap, likely to be for the final time. Continue reading “Birmingham taking their time in new boss choice”
There are media reports that Stoke City player Phil Bardsley might be moving to midlands rivals Birmingham City, or possibly even newly promoted Newcastle United. The player missed loads of games last season through injury, and it appears that he is no longer part of the team’s plan.
However, both Birmingham City and Newcastle United have denied that they made any offers for the player and that they are currently investigating different options. Continue reading “Bardsley might move to Birmingham”