Everton
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Deducted ten points.

What exactly did they do to deserve that and what is it that Man City have supposedly done 114 times that would rain **** down on them if they didn't have Monty Burns' team of lawyers?

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My Brother in Law is an Everton Season Ticket Holder. Been to Goodison Park twice with him, to watch Everton v Arsenal. Haven't spoke to him about this, sure he will be annoyed to put it mildly.
When Gloucester City played Everton in 1994 (pre season), my Sister came to the game as well. We sat in the main stand, somewhere in the Meadow Park crowd, was her future Husband. They would meet each other a few years later, working at the same place in Barnwood. They've been married since December 2004.
Sorry, going Way Off Topic. Just one more thing. In the 1994/95 season, Everton went onto win the FA Cup, beating Manchester United 1 - 0 at Wembley.
Everton's last trophy, perhaps they should play us again in pre season. Sure Dr Bob would be Happy.

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(17-11-2023, 04:21 PM)Neil Wrote:  Deducted ten points.

What exactly did they do to deserve that and what is it that Man City have supposedly done 114 times that would rain **** down on them if they didn't have Monty Burns' team of lawyers?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/67448714

This gives a really good explanation. Sounds like Everton knew they were in trouble, took a big gamble on temporarily breaching the limits in the hope that it would bring greater revenues by the end of the season to even things out, but it didn’t pay off.  Basically, they’ve f’d about and been found out.
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#4

Very interesting piece by Jamie Carragher (of all people) in today's Daily Telegraph basically saying that he thinks Everton have been hard done by.

If Everton get docked 10 points for one charge - what will happen to the hundred plus charges against Man City?
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(18-11-2023, 12:06 PM)TP1 Wrote:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/67448714

This gives a really good explanation. Sounds like Everton knew they were in trouble, took a big gamble on temporarily breaching the limits in the hope that it would bring greater revenues by the end of the season to even things out, but it didn’t pay off.  Basically, they’ve f’d about and been found out.

How are these clubs not wound up?!!

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(18-11-2023, 01:37 PM)Neil Wrote:  How are these clubs not wound up?!!

Because they can manage to service their debts
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#7

Even if they're losing tens of £M's year after year?

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#8

Yes if they have someone willing to pump money in
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