Man City to faces UEFA investigation over alleged Champions League anthem protest

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Manchester City is to be investigated by UEFA over allegations that fans disrupted the Champions League anthem prior to its 2-1 win over Sevilla.

Sections of City fans often boo the anthem by way of protesting against Financial Fair Play rules put in place by UEFA in recent seasons, and European football’s governing body has decided to look into this latest incident.
UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body will deal with the case for the alleged “disruption of [the] competition anthem” on 19 November.

City fans also remain unhappy with UEFA’s decision to ban supporters from last season’s clash with CSKA Moscow in Russia when many had already booked travel and accommodation.

The decision comes at a time when UEFA is without suspended president Michel Platini due to investigations surrounding an alleged disloyal payment made to him by outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter in 2011.

Blatter is also suspended, although both men deny any wrongdoing and have appealed the decision.

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