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CAS rules against Uefa in Galatasaray finance case

Turkish Süper Lig football club Galatasaray has claimed a legal victory against Uefa after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruled that the European governing body cannot engage in a deeper investigation of the team’s compliance with financial fair play rules.

In June 2018, reigning Süper Lig champion Galatasaray was fined €6m ($6.8m) for breaking FFP rules. At the time, Uefa warned that the Istanbul club could be handed a further €9m fine if it fails to reach full break-even compliance by the 2021-22 season.

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