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UEFA has opened a disciplinary case against Manchester City for fans booing the Champions League anthem.

The governing body announced the charge on Thursday for the “disruption of competition anthems” a day after City's game against Sevilla.

The case will be heard by UEFA's disciplinary body on November 19.

City's ownership and fans are aggrieved with UEFA over past sanctions for breaching Financial Fair Play rules.

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