It's been a momentous day for Manchester City as the two-year ban from European competition given to them by UEFA was overturned.

City had appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), and their verdict announced today saw that ban lifted and their fine reduced.

CAS agreed with the Blues that  Uefa’s decision  to throw them out of their competitions for “serious breaches” of their  financial fair play rules  and their club licensing rules, as well as alleged non-cooperation, was wrong.

It means that the Blues will play in next season's Champions League after all, and have avoided the possibility of a player exodus and a huge loss in potential revenue.

The ramifications for the club are huge, and we're here to answer your questions about what happens from here.

Man City UEFA ban overturned

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