- Oct 5, 2018
You could be wrong on this, City fans certainly seem to have a lot of examples in order to say that there is bias against them. You're welcome to see for yourselves on their forums or on social media although I know you most likely have no desire to do so.Regarding bias, there is no bias against Man City at present. In fact there is bias towards them, by the media, referees and now by the powers that be.
Heysel involved the deaths of 39 people, far worse than any financial foul play. It was also at a time when football hooliganism in this country was far worse than it is now. It shouldn't be held against Liverpool in any way, but deaths far outweigh flaunting financial rules. I don't think it's proof of bias when one happened in 1985 and one in the 2010s.After the Der Spiegal revelations an immediate enquiry should have taken place, and based on the evidence produced, serious sanctions should have been imposed. Liverpool (and other English clubs) were banned from Europe because of a minority of "fans" at Heysel. No excuses, no arguments.
City have flaunted financial rules that FFP enshrines. FA enquiry announced only after other Prem teams complain?
Thats bias on a grand scale.
Saying it exists against City is irrational.
And could only be turned that way by City (or United) supporters who would prefer to apocalypse to Liverpool winning the title.
Saying that, I hope City are heavily punished.