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Manchester City: “We” will always own the club’s success. (Pep Guardiola)

Even if the club loses its Premier League championships, Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, asserts that the club’s accomplishments will always “belong to us.”

Between 2009 and 2018, the Premier League accused City of breaking more than a hundred of its financial regulations.

Three Premier League championships were won by City during that span, including two under Guardiola of Spain.

Nobody can take away the emotions, the happy and bad experiences, he remarked.

The first of City’s triumphs came in 2012 thanks to Sergio Aguero’s dramatic injury-time winner against QPR on the last day, and in 2014 they took first place after a late surge edged Liverpool by two points.

The Reds were in first place with three games remaining, but a mistake by captain Steven Gerrard allowed Chelsea to defeat them 2-0 at Anfield thanks to a goal by Demba Ba. After Liverpool had a 3-0 lead against Crystal Palace, the game ended in a 3-3 draw, and City went on to win the rest of the series.

Guardiola continued, “They are absolutely ours.” “They are ours, no matter what the penalty.

“The moment when Sergio Aguero slipped (Mario) Balotelli in. I doubt that we were to blame for Steven Gerrard tripping. Because I admire Steven Gerrard, I didn’t want that at Anfield, but is that our fault?

“The Premier League will make the decision, but I know what we won and how we got it with the work we put in,” said the player.

This won’t change anything that occurred in 2009 or 2010 — I forget how long ago it was — for a second.

Guardiola says Man City has already been sentenced.

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City has been sent by the Premier League to an independent commission, which has the authority to penalize the team with anything from a fine and a loss of league points to expulsion.

City has been accused by the Premier League of failing to cooperate since the inquiry began in December 2018.

City, which was acquired by the Abu Dhabi United Group in 2008, stated that they were “surprised” by the accusations and that they are backed by “a body of indisputable evidence.”

The other 19 top-flight teams, according to Guardiola’s claims on Friday, were the driving force behind the charges brought against the Premier League.

Burnley, Wolves, Leicester, Newcastle, Spurs, Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool, and Chelsea were among the nine clubs that sent a letter to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in 2020 asking that City’s two-year European suspension for violating Uefa’s Financial Fair Play rules not be postponed while their appeal was being heard.

Their appeal was successful at Cas, and their request was denied.

Jealousy, according to Guardiola, is “part of the sport” and “you want to beat a team that is winning,” he stated.

But what these nine teams did, I don’t forget that, he continued. They desire a spot in the Champions League so they may earn the substantial sum necessary to pay for the stadiums they erected.

“It’s acceptable for them to be skeptical, but they should wait. We may go with our attorneys and declare, “Listen, we have done this and this,” just like Uefa did.

The answer is no. Exactly zero seconds.

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