UEFA Confirm European Ban For Nwakaeme's Turkish Club Over Financial Fair Play Rules
Published: June 03, 2020
UEFA Confirm European Ban For Nwakaeme's Turkish Club Over Financial Fair Play RulesEurope's football ruling body, UEFA, on Wednesday confirmed that Turkish Lig club Trabzonspor have been banned from playing in UEFA tournaments for one season for breaking financial fair play rules.

UEFA confirmed their decision and stated that the club will not be allowed to play either in the Champions League or the Europa League irrespective of their final standing in the table.

The season in Turkey will restart on June 12 with Trabzonspor atop the table with 53 points from 26 league games.

The former club of John Mikel Obi who left the club in acrimonious circumstances due to continued league action in the country despite the Coronavirus pandemic has Super Eagles striker Anthony Nwakaeme in their ranks.

Nwakaeme has notched up 10 goals in 24 league matches for his side.

Meanwhile, Trabzonspor have stated through their official website that the club will appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Switzerland in 10 days.

Izuchukwu Okosi

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