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Porto and Sporting CP face 1-year European bans for overdue payables

Sat 04 December 2021 | 3:55

Portuguese clubs FC Porto and Sporting CP could face a one-year exclusion from European competitions if they fail to pay their debts within two months.

UEFA announced fines against eight teams on Friday for violations of Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.

Astana

(Kazakhstan),

CFR Cluj

(Romania),

CSKA Sofia

(Bulgaria),

Mons Calpe

(Gibraltar),

Real Betis

(Spain), and

Clube Desportivo Santa Clara

(Portugal) were the other clubs fined.

All of the clubs mentioned above might be banned from competing in the Champions League, Europa League, or Europa Conference League in the next three seasons if they qualify, but have not paid what they owe.

Sporting

have already qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League this season, and

Porto

will join them if they defeat

Atletico Madrid

in the last round of group matches next week.


source: SportMob

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