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SirHarryHotspur

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Dyche having a moan today but how can the punishment be disproportionate when this is the first case of it's kind to be heard against a PL club.
My view is that if we don't have points deductions then Newcastle will be spending billions very soon.

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This might have been posted already but an excellent explanation of the whole case.


"The Commission stated that they had no doubt that a points deduction was the only sanction that was appropriate – a financial penalty would not be sufficient where the club enjoys the support of a wealthy owner and the requirements of punishment deterrence vindication of complaint clubs and protection of the integrity of the sport demanded a sporting sanction"
 

SirHarryHotspur

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Don't worry Everton you are not alone, Man City are next they are not going to get away with it this time, the commission have set the benchmark for punishment.

"City are accused of 50 breaches of providing inaccurate financial information, eight breaches in relation to manager remuneration from 2009 to 2013, 12 breaches in relation to player remuneration from 2010 to 2015, five breaches linked to UEFA financial regulations, 25 profitability and sustainability breaches and 30 breaches of assisting the Premier League investigation, which dates back to March 2019"
 

Bluto Blutarsky

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Don't worry Everton you are not alone, Man City are next they are not going to get away with it this time, the commission have set the benchmark for punishment.

"City are accused of 50 breaches of providing inaccurate financial information, eight breaches in relation to manager remuneration from 2009 to 2013, 12 breaches in relation to player remuneration from 2010 to 2015, five breaches linked to UEFA financial regulations, 25 profitability and sustainability breaches and 30 breaches of assisting the Premier League investigation, which dates back to March 2019"
"Two-year transfer ban - suspended - as long as there are no proven breaches in that period."

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rossdapep

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Don't worry Everton you are not alone, Man City are next they are not going to get away with it this time, the commission have set the benchmark for punishment.

"City are accused of 50 breaches of providing inaccurate financial information, eight breaches in relation to manager remuneration from 2009 to 2013, 12 breaches in relation to player remuneration from 2010 to 2015, five breaches linked to UEFA financial regulations, 25 profitability and sustainability breaches and 30 breaches of assisting the Premier League investigation, which dates back to March 2019"
I mean that is a pretty significant rap sheet.

A ot of those are serious breaches and not just in a sporting sense.
 

SirHarryHotspur

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Everton have launched their appeal gainst the points deduction, OK so they may get a reduction in the points penalty but if the appeals committee allows the appeal and just imposes a fine as CAS did with Man C then the floodgates will open and the likes of Newcastle / Man C will know there is nothing to stop them spending as much as they like.
Hopefully the chair of the appeals committee will come to the same conclusion that a sporting sacnction is the only appropriate penalty when dealing with rich Premier League clubs who break the rules
 

allatsea

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Everton have launched their appeal gainst the points deduction, OK so they may get a reduction in the points penalty but if the appeals committee allows the appeal and just imposes a fine as CAS did with Man C then the floodgates will open and the likes of Newcastle / Man C will know there is nothing to stop them spending as much as they like.
Hopefully the chair of the appeals committee will come to the same conclusion that a sporting sacnction is the only appropriate penalty when dealing with rich Premier League clubs who break the rules
They are not going to punish Man City or the barcodes in any meaningful way. This is all for show. Just watch Everton's punishment get watered down.
 

nailsy

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They are not going to punish Man City or the barcodes in any meaningful way. This is all for show. Just watch Everton's punishment get watered down.

The premier League have spent years gathering evidence and are probably spending millions trying to prosecute the teams involved. I don't really understand why they would do that if it was all just for show.
 

SirHarryHotspur

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They are not going to punish Man City or the barcodes in any meaningful way. This is all for show. Just watch Everton's punishment get watered down.
Don't agree, even if the appeals panel do reduce the points deduction for Everton , if Man C are then found guilty of far more charges they will also get a points deduction , as the Everton case will set a precedent.

Don't forget this judicial panel is very new and was only formed three years ago , think this is their first case.

 

allatsea

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Don't agree, even if the appeals panel do reduce the points deduction for Everton , if Man C are then found guilty of far more charges they will also get a points deduction , as the Everton case will set a precedent.

Don't forget this judicial panel is very new and was only formed three years ago , think this is their first case.

We'll see. Too much money at stake IMO.
 

Wheeler Dealer

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I would love them to relegate City and Chelsea, along with docking points from Newcastle just for having a botoxed bitch running the show...
 

spursfan77

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I think it’s a joke there is an appeal process at all. Completely undermines the initial investigation if it doesn’t agree with it. Then when it’s Man City’s turn they’ll smell blood from the outset.
 

Atomic Blonde

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I would love them to relegate City and Chelsea, along with docking points from Newcastle just for having a botoxed bitch running the show...
Totally gross and unecessary misogynist insult.
So many things you could criticise their male owners for, like terrible human rights abuses, yet you choose to direct your ire at a woman and her physical appearance?
 

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