The Tottenham coach criticized the determination to allow Manchester City to contest the next Champions League.
The coach of Tottenham, Jose Mourinho, was very critical of the decision of the TAS of allowing Manchester City dispute the next Champions League, and said that this will mark the end of the Fair Play Financial.
The citizen club had been accused of committing “serious breaches” of UEFA club licenses and FFP regulations, but it successfully appealed and now only has to pay a fine of € 10 million, reduced from € 30 million, for not assist UEFA adequately in its investigations.
Mourinho called the decision a disgrace, but he does not expect it to change the focus of the Spurs, who will surely not be able to qualify for the Champions League next season, since they are seven points from the fourth place in the Premier, with three dates remaining.
“I don’t think the Spurs change their mindset, in many ways, I’m happy with the way we think here. I think it will be the end of FFP, because it doesn’t make sense. If City isn’t guilty, the decision is a disgrace. If he is guilty, the decision is also a shame, “said the Portuguese coach at a press conference.
He added: “I would like to see the City considered innocent and not pay a single pound, or to be considered guilty and prohibited from competing in the Champions League. In the past, other clubs were in a similar situation and you know the results. I think it is better to open the circus door and let everyone enjoy themselves freely. “
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