Manchester City's manager, Pep Guardiola, requires an apology, after The International court of arbitration for sport (CAS) on Monday lifted the club's two-year quarantine from the european tournaments.
he says at a news conference Tuesday according to the BBC.
- We have done it right. José and all the other managers should know that we have taken damage. We should get an apology, says Guardiola.
Spanierens opinion comes after sportsdomstolens decision has been criticized by managerrivalerne from Tottenham and Liverpool, José Mourinho and Jürgen Klopp.
Tuesday called Mourinho the decision 'scandalous', while Klopp says that Monday's decision 'was not a good day for football'.
It writes the AFP news agency.
Manchester City was in February excluded from all european competitions by The union of European Football associations (Uefa) for violations of the rules on financial fair play.
the Club was accused of having exaggerated its sponsor income between 2012 and 2016 and to have received hidden financial support from klubejeren.
But it found the CAS is not evidence, and, therefore, can the City once again play european football next season.
- I am extremely pleased with the decision. It shows that everything that people have said about the club, not true, says Pep Guardiola.
At the press conference langer Guardiola at the same time out for all those who think that Manchester City's past two Premier League titles due to the club a lot of money.
- When Chelsea started to win more Premier League titles, spent more money than the other team, says Guardiola, according to news agency Reuters, adding:
- I'm a good manager, but I don't win the titles, if I don't have good players, and good players are expensive. But all of the teams spend a lot of money.
The Spanish manager points out, among other things, that the neighbors from Manchester United outbid his own club to buy Alexis Sánchez from Arsenal and Harry Maguire from Leicester.
Pep Guardiola stresses at the same time, to Uefas investigation of the club has only got his love for Manchester City to grow.
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