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Premier League give clearest hint yet on when hearing for Man City’s 115 charges will happen

The Premier League have given the clearest hint yet on when the hearing for Manchester City’s 115 charges will happen.

Back in February 2023, it was announced that City have been charged with 115 separate breaches of the Premier League’s Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations, dating back to 2009 and running until 2018.

During that time, City won seven major trophies including three Premier League titles.

At the time of the announcement, City released a statement declaring that they deny all charges.

Now, it has been claimed that the hearing into the charges could be on the horizon.

As reported by Daily Telegraph Sport Investigation reporter Ben Rumsby, who wrote on social media: “Richard Masters says the hearing into Manchester City’s 115 charges will take place in the “near future”. Closest he has come to indicating a date.”


Here is a full breakdown of all the charges laid against City, and how many individual alleged breaches there are within each charge.

Failure to provide accurate and up-to-date financial information from 2009/10 to and including 2017/18 – 54 alleged breaches
Failure to co-operate with Premier League investigations from December 2018 – present [February 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 – 7 alleged breaches
Failure to comply with UEFA’s regulations, including UEFA’s Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations – 5 alleged breaches
During the 23/24 season, Everton were deducted 10 points after being found guilty of breaching the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules. The deduction was reduced to six points after an appeal before they received a further two-point deduction after another breach.

Fellow Premier League side Nottingham Forest were given a four-point deduction for also breaching the PSR rules.

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