The Indy Football Podcast team are back to break down Manchester City overturning their two-year Champions League ban.

Host Vithushan Ehantharajah is joined by Chief Football Writer Miguel Delaney, Senior Football Correspondent Melissa Reddy and Northern Football Correspondent Mark Critchley to discuss the whats, whens, hows and whys behind Monday’s landmark decision.

How did City get to this point? What was their strategy when they appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport?

Sharing the full story, not just the headlines

And what now for Uefa and the regulation of football clubs? And what of their Financial Fair Play rules in the aftermath of a call with implications for the whole of the European game?

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