The players were summoned for noon today. It has been, as explained in its website the English newspaper, an informational meeting with the players to expose the future of the team and, above all, what can directly affect the players. The penalty requires a real reorganization of the club’s accounts, whereby, for example, the income budget and, therefore, the salary item could be reduced. That directly influences the squad since next season. The City has announced that it will appeal the ruling, but one way or another it will have to adjust its accounts to the requirements of UEFA’s financial control. Manchester City has set up a crisis cabinet to take the next steps before the penalty of two years of exclusion from European competitions by UEFA, mainly due to violations of the regulation of financial control. As much as the club expected punishment, it has generated a situation of gigantic uncertainty about the future of the team. In this way, as the Telegraph newspaper explains today, Ferran Soriano, executive director of the entity, shortly after knowing the ruling publicly, organized an emergency meeting with the players through the WhatsApp group of the team.
Marion Superior Court Judge Patricia Gifford sentenced the 23-year-old Deon Willford to four years, with two years suspended. He also was sentenced to a year for a misdemeanor , which would be served at the same time, and to two years probation. of felony battery charge of failure to stop at the scene of an accident Celtics news: Boston Celtics radio analyst Cedric Maxwell apologized on the air for saying that a female referee should “go back to the kitchen” after he disagreed with one of her calls. Maxwell made the comment during the Celtics’ 77-72 victory over Houston on Monday. He subsequently said “Go in there and make me some bacon and eggs, would you?” in reference to referee Violet Palmer. “If I said anything that might have been insensitive or sexist in any way, then I apologize because she worked extremely hard to get where she is now, end of quote,” Maxwell said before the Celtics’ game against the New York Knicks. Also, Celtics forward Wally Szczerbiak will have season-ending ankle surgery next week. Houston Rockets star Tracy McGrady said Wednesday he would consider skipping next year’s All-Star game if he felt he wouldn’t be safe in New Orleans. “I don’t think it’s the right city to have this type of event right now. I know the city is in need of trying to get back on their feet, in need of money. Safety comes first. I’m sure they have to do a lot of research and look into before they really make this decision.” McGrady said. McGrady’s comments came two days after union director Billy Hunter raised his concerns over New Orleans’ ability to host the weekend’s events. Jackson assailant sentenced: A man who hit former Indiana Pacers guard Stephen Jackson with a car during a fight outside a strip club last fall was sentenced in Indianapolis to two years in prison. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!