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Pep Guardiola: 'Manchester City will not apologise for spending money'

:Headline: Pep Guardiola: 'Manchester City will not apologise for spending money':
City had a two-year ban from European football overturned on appeal on Monday.

Pep Guardiola insists Manchester City have no reason to apologise for their vast spending.

The City manager feels the club have been completely exonerated after successfully overturning their two-year ban from European competition at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

The CAS verdict was not as clear-cut as that – pointing out that while some of the alleged breaches of Financial Fair Play for which City were punished by UEFA were "not established", others were "time-barred".

Guardiola also hit out at Javier Tebas, the president of LaLiga, who claimed CAS was "not up to standard" following the ruling.

Guardiola said: "Senor Tebas must be so jealous of the Premier League and English football.

"He's an incredible legal expert, from what I see. Maybe next time I'm going to ask him in which court and which judges (we) have to go to."

Guardiola was unwilling to speak in depth about his own long-term future but insisted he would have seen out his contract, which expires next year, regardless of the verdict.

He said: "Some people here in England suggested we should play in League Two, so I would have stayed here."

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