Date: 28th October 2016 at 3:06pm
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In 2014 Manchester City FC reluctantly accepted a conditional £49m fine and restrictions on their European squad and incoming transfers after breaching UEFA’s financial fair play regime.

In 2016 the clubs latest financial report, and their use of staff restructuring helped avoid breaching their financial fair play sanctions.

Earlier this month MCFC released their 2015/16 Annual Report. To read the contents, click here.



The club reports a £20.5m profit and record revenues of £391.8million in the latest annual report – the eighth successive season of improved year on year financial performance.

? Record revenues of £391.8million announced in the eighth successive season of improved year on year financial performance.

? Record £20.5m figure represents the second consecutive year of profitability for the club.

? Wage/revenue ratio of 50% is among the best in the football industry.

? The Club continues to operate with zero financial debt.

I wonder what the anti-City media brigade and UEFA think now? Yeah, go on and stick your hateful propaganda up your ***.

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