FSA: Everton – Pile Of Crisis Clubs Tells Own Story

27 Nov 2023 | 1 comment

It’s not often that the international break provides one of the biggest moments in a Premier League season, but last Friday’s news that Everton were going to be docked 10 points for a breach of the profitability and sustainability rules looks set to be the story of the season.

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1 Comment

  1. John P

    All this hoo-haa about Everton being deducted 10 points; I didn’t hear all these politicians, Everton fans or even Everton themselves complain or shout when Birmingham were docked 9 points not all that long back, nor did any of them stick their heads into the melee when Derby were given a 21 point deduction.

    As always it’s on rule for the rich and another for the rest of us. The Premier League have set themselves a precedent and now must show they have a backbone by carrying it through, though I’ve no doubt that all the other big clubs that are being spoken of at present will get away with no more than Everton have suffered.

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