The team is leading the league standings Turkey, Trabzonspor was UEFA banned the punishment Champions League next season. Announcement of the UEFA confirms Turkey team has seriously violated laws and their financial fair will be banned to play in European competitions in one year.
Trabzonspor beat Inter in each Champions League 2011
Trabzonspor will win tickets to the Champions League group stage if crowned Turkish league this season. Opportunity to this team for the tens of millions of euros is a huge bonus when they are leading the league standings.
Current Trabzonspor Super Lig is leading the (league Turkey) with 53 points after 26 rounds, with points with Istanbul Basaksehir (put on by sub-index) and 3rd placed teams are more than 3 points Galatasaray. With this sentence, Trabzonspor will not be in the Champions League next season if they win the Turkish championship.
This is a great pity because the domestic league will only further rounds remaining 8 will be officially closed and are near the ticket Trabzonspor Champions League than ever.
Man City banned for two seasons in European competition
Before Trabzonspor, a team famous Turkey other than Galatasaray UEFA also been banned from competing in the Europa League 1 season in 2016. The financial fair law enforcement agencies are most applicable European football a very strict way. Since this law was born in 2014, has had several teams must adjust the way financial control as well as the more cautious behavior in the procurement.
In mid-February the past, the team "wealthy" Manchester City has been UEFA "touching neck". The consequences are the champions of England himself banned for two consecutive seasons in the European arena. Punishment too heavy causing Etihad field team was shocked, but then, they had collected documents to send to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to appeal to their financial violations.
Currently CAS has agreed to consider an appeal by Manchester City but more likely, this team will still be subject to sanctions because of mass evidence that UEFA is holding.