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Man City face threat of Premier League points deduction as Guardiola considers future over financial scandal

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A general view of Etihad Stadium ahead of the Carabao Cup Semi Final match between Manchester City and Manchester United on January 29th.

Photo by Ash Donelon/Getty Images Manchester City were hit with an unprecedented two-year ban from the Champions League last night in a bombshell Uefa financial fair play verdict that has stunned the football world.

City now face the additional threat of a potential Premier League points deduction.

Pep Guardiola will consider his future as manager in the summer, it is understood, unless the club is able to overturn a verdict which condemns "serious breaches" in payments by executives.

The club took its first appeal to CAS last year on the basis that it claimed the investigatory committee of Uefa's Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) had conducted "unlawful activities".

The reigning Premier League champions announced immediate plans to appeal last night after being left reeling by the punishment, which is set to come into effect next season.

The punishment was issued by Uefa's Adjudicatory Chamber of the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB), which the governing body insists has an "independent" mandate.
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