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Alla Zakarian

28-06-2019 | 15:12 Football

AC Milan Banned from UEFA Europa League 2019-20; Torino to take their place

AC Milan have been banned from participating in the UEFA Europa League next season for breaching financial fair play regulations. UEFA hit the Rossoneri with a two-year ban in 2018 for FFP breaches, but the club successfully appealed and took part in the Europa League last season. They were due to participate in the competition again next season after missing out on the UEFA Champions League with a fifth-place finish in Serie A. Sixth-placed Roma will take their automatic spot in the group stage, while Torino, who finished seventh, will now take part in qualifying as Italy's second representative in the competition. Football writer Tariq Panja relayed CAS' full statement:

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