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Breaking News: Everton submit formal appeal on 10 points deduction

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Everton has formally appealed their 10-point deduction in the Premier League due to breaching financial regulations. The club appealed, stating it’s now in the hands of an appeal board.

 

In a statement posted on their official X(Twitter page), “Everton Football Club has today lodged with the chair of the Premier League’s judicial panel its appeal of the decision by a Premier League commission to impose a 10-point deduction on the club.’’

 “An appeal board will now be appointed to hear the case.”

It should be recalled that Everton fans protested the decision of the 10 points deduction in their recent match against Manchester United.

 

However, despite the setback, manager Sean Dyche emphasized the team’s focus on collecting vital points to stay afloat in the league, urging them to concentrate on upcoming matches rather than distractions off the field, while speaking to the press ahead of their Saturday match.

 

Everton face  Nottingham Forest at the City Ground on Saturday, and currently sit 19th on the league table after the 10 points deduction.

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