BREAKING: Although Liverpool was getting ready for the Man City FFP ruling, UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin chose to overlook the regulation change - soocer442
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BREAKING: Although Liverpool was getting ready for the Man City FFP ruling, UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin chose to overlook the regulation change

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UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has said that he will step down in 2027, even though he won the right to serve a fourth term as head of the governing body.

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has announced that he will step down in 2027, which comes as a surprise since a rule change would let him stay on for a fourth term.

He told them, “I chose not to run again six months ago.” Every group needs new people every once in a while, but the main reason is that I haven’t seen my family in seven years.

“I purposely didn’t want to share my thoughts before because first I wanted to see the real face of some people and I did,” Ceferin said. “My life is beautiful both in and out of football.” A conference meeting in Paris saw only one vote against the change. It came from the English Football Association.

BREAKING: Although Liverpool was getting ready for the Man City FFP ruling, UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin chose to overlook the regulation change

Zvonimir Boban, a former AC Milan player and UEFA technical director, quit last month because he thought Ceferin was going to stay on. “These rules were designed to protect UEFA and European football from the ‘bad governance’ which for years had unfortunately been the ‘modus operandi’ of what is often referred to as the ‘old system’ of football governance,” he stated when he left.

“I think the changes were good for football and the UEFA president.” It’s hard to understand why he has changed his mind about these beliefs. I know that nobody is perfect, not even me, and that sometimes I have to make concessions. Being a part of this, on the other hand, would go against everything I passionately believe in and stand for.

This isn’t me trying to be a hero, and I’m not the only one who thinks this way. My friendship and work with the UEFA president and all of my coworkers at UEFA has been great for the past three years. This makes me happy, and I hope the best for them. With sadness and a heavy heart, I have no choice but to leave UEFA.

Ceferin is in trouble because he recently stepped up Manchester City’s major case against UEFA for Financial Fair Play from 2018. “We know we made the right choice” when he said that Liverpool’s Premier League title rivals would not be able to play in any UEFA tournaments for two years. The punishment was later thrown out by the Court of Arbitration for Sport after an appeal.

He told the Telegraph, “We wouldn’t decide if we didn’t think we were right.” It’s possible to win a case you think you will lose. I’ve been a trial lawyer for 25 years. And sometimes you’re sure you won a case but lose it. When you live in a real democracy, you have to accept what the court says.

“I don’t wish to talk about the English case.” But I believe that the choice our independent group made was the right one. “I had nothing to do with this choice.”

After being charged by the Premier League with 115 rule violations over a 10-year period, City is now facing more cash claims. We don’t know what will happen in that trial yet, but Everton lost points because they broke different rules, the now-much-maligned and discussed profitability and sustainability rules (PSRs). Now, everything is on the table.

Last month, both the Blues and Nottingham Forest were charged. There is talk that both City and Chelsea could be punished severely, including losing their titles, losing a lot of points, being kicked out of the league, or even being relegated. This is because both teams are being investigated for alleged wrongdoing during Roman Abramovich’s time in charge. Liverpool, Everton, and other teams are waiting to see what happens.

Chelsea is in court with both the Premier League and UEFA, Everton is in court with the Premier League, and City is in court with both. This makes it hard to compare the cases fairly. But Ceferin’s words will be heard by those who are waiting.

“They [fans] want to know what’s going on and what will happen, but I don’t want to get involved because I don’t know what the Premier League is going through,” he said, adding, “I really don’t want to criticize, or something like that.” It’s not fair.”

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