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Friday, 20 July 2018

CAS Overturn AC Milan Europa League Ban By UEFA On FFP (Details)

AC Milan will play in the 2018-19 Europa League campaign after UEFA's ruling over a breach of Financial Fair Play regulations (FFP) was overtuned.


AC Milan had been banned from European Football for two years for failing to comply with FFP regulations.


The spent over £150m last summer but finished sixth in Serie A.


UEFA had banned the Serie A Club for breaches in regulations.


But Milan with faith! appealed to the Court Of Arbitration For Sport over the decision.


And CAS today confirmed the ban has been overturned after Milan threatened to ask for evidence from previous FFP decisions that had gone in the favour of other clubs.


Milan claimed the fact Mancherster City and PSG both had FFP sanctions reduced meant there was a precedent set.


Now, CAS have sent the decision back to UEFA, saying that while Milan did not meet the FFP requirements, the club should be handed ‘a proportionate disciplinary measure’.


The statement reads:


The CAS Panel in charge of the arbitration has partially upheld AC Milan’s appeal and has ruled as follows:-


the decision of the Adjudicatory Chamber of the UEFA CFCB rendered on 19 June 2018 establishing that AC Milan has failed to fulfil the break-even requirement is confirmed;


- the decision of the Adjudicatory Chamber of the UEFA CFCB rendered on 19 June 2018 to exclude AC Milan from participating in the next UEFA Club competition for which it would otherwise qualify in the next two (2) seasons (i.e. the 2018/19 and 2019/20 seasons) is annulled;


- the case is referred back to the Adjudicatory Chamber of the UEFA CFCB to issue a proportionate disciplinary measure.


Milan will now enter the group stage of the 2018/19 Europa League, unless UEFA rule to ban them for just one season instead of two.


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