Not only were the Cityzens able to clinch the 2022/23 Premier League title, but also won their first-ever UEFA Champions League crown and the FA Cup.
In doing so, they became only the second English team to ever win a European Treble and now are in an even more difficult battle to try and repeat their heroics this season.
Despite all their achievements, one issue that continues to plague the club is their 115 financial fair play breaches – for which they’ll be entangled in a legal battle next year.
Many non-Manchester City fans feel that all their recent achievements are dented by these breaches and that they did not legitimately win all their silverware.
However, the Cityzens’ supporters do not have much to care about and continue to support all their achievements to the maximum.
The travelling supporters of the defending champions were in loud voices at Goodison Park as they saw their side pick up a compelling 3-1win after heroics in the second half.
They even took some time to mock the Everton supporters for their recent points deduction, where the Merseyside club got docked 10 points and were pit into a relegation battle, chanting: “You cheating b**tards, you know what you are.”
Well, irony just died a thousand times.
The reason why Everton actually had their points deduction is because they were also found guilty of financial breaches and the Premier League was forced into taking an unprecedented decision to deduct their points as a means of punishment.
The thing is, Manchester City are currently accused of breaching way, way more financial fairplay rules than the Merseyside Blues.
That is why Football Twitter just can’t help but laugh at the sheer irony of the shameless travelling Cityzens supporters chanting this at the Everton fans – probably knowing that their side could face relegation to the lowest English division if found guilty of all their breaches.
Well, there isn’t much stopping whatever the Manchester City supporters sing or chant at games after the kind of silverware that their side has won over the last year or so.
But the Cityzens will probably hope that Karma doesn’t come back to bite them next year during the legal process of the financial fair play charges case, because the repercussions could be extremely severe.