Of course, every single question related to the Court of Arbitration for Sport's decision to overturn City's ban from the Champions League.
That too was the assessment of fans who had hoped City's UEFA punishment signaled that the powers-that-be were finally tackling soccer's ever-widening wealth gap. "When they were punished (by UEFA originally), there was no surprise among the majority of us involved in European football".
On Monday, the dispute between the pair was settled in the Premier League club's favour at the Courtroom of Arbitration for Activity (CAS).
City's rapid transformation from mid-table mediocrity to six-time Premier League champion has been bankrolled by the billions of Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Mansour, who took over the club in 2008.
City coach Guardiola responded to City's critics on Tuesday, saying the club deserves an apology, but Tebas insists justice has not been done.
UEFA's FFP rules face likely changes in the wake of the CAS ruling and Mourinho said the system needs to be overhauled if it is to continue to serve its goal which is to aim to stop clubs running big losses through spending on players.
They've got a huge opportunity to win it this year, with the reduced nature of the competition making it a series of one-off games at a neutral venue.
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Nevada County isn't on the monitoring list , though it is still affected by the statewide closure of bars and indoor dining. The order comes after Newsom previously ordered these businesses to close in counties on the state's "watch list".
"The decisions we thought to do before the sentence were quite similar".
"We are not banned because we follow (ed) the rules for the Financial Fair Play and the rules UEFA and Federation Internationale de Football Association had decided".
"I'd like to see the final resolution, if I may".
"I don't want to say [people were] happy, but at last there was a sense of justice against these big state-owned clubs, the other being Paris Saint-Germain", Tebas said. But we have the right to defend ourselves when we believe what we have done is correct.
"I think that would automatically lead to a world super league, with like 10 clubs".
Ramadani is said to be "working with the two clubs" and "will travel to Italy in the next few days" in order to sit down with Aurelio de Laurentiis, Napoli's owner.
The CAS ruling may even help Liverpool in their Premier League title defence, because City will not benefit from free midweeks between domestic games.
"Their resolutions have been generating doubts for many years".
The league champions travel to Arsenal on Wednesday before facing Chelsea next week at Anfield where they will lift the trophy.