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Liverpool, Man Utd, Arsenal are among clubs to launch bid to stop Man City playing in Europe 

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English football's top clubs have launched a stunning bid to stop Manchester City attempting to play in the Champions League while their appeal against a two-year ban is ongoing.

It provides a clear indication of the dim view that the rest of the top flight's leading clubs have privately taken over City's behaviour.

While City declined to comment, there is a belief within the Etihad Stadium that certain other rivals have been leading a charge against them.

'For too long, City have been able to get away with breaching the rules at the expense of at least one other club that has been unable to get into the Champions League.

City were banned from Europe's premier competition for two years and fined £25million by UEFA in February for 'serious breaches' of Financial Fair Play.

On March 17, when questioned on the progress of the appeal, they said that City had not yet lodged an application to stay the punishment while the appeal was heard.

The appeal, along with the coronavirus crisis, has raised concerns for the complainants that the case will be delayed and City will be in next season's Champions League.

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