UEFA continue to investigate Man City for potential FFP violations: "Members of Uefa’s Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) investigatory chamber (IC) are thought to have expressed a strong view that City should be referred to the adjudicatory chamber (AC) for a final judgment, and to have recommended a Champions League ban if the allegations of misleading Uefa’s FFP rules are proven. " Let's be real here: we all KNOW that Man City are flagrantly violating the spirit of FFP... and there is plenty of circumstantial evidence to suggest they may be violating the letter of the law as well. Chelsea's transfer ban is a relatively rare example of a club actually getting punished with something bigger than a slap on the wrist for breaking the rules. I hope that, if Man City's financial doping truly has crossed UEFA's already very permissive line, they are similarly held responsible. Pep has built something special on the pitch at Man City, and there is no doubt that they are run in a savvy manner...but it is also true that this all rests on morally questionable foundations and potentially, allegedly, some actually rule-breaking from the sporting perspective. No big clubs are blameless in this regard, but there has to be a red line somewhere.