- Apr 5, 2015
- Reaction score
Personally I think it's harsh but only because clubs who've done much much worse haven't got done for anything.Irrespective of what happens with City, 10 points seems extremely harsh for Everton. Especially when there hasn't been a points penalty in the PL for years and years despite far more egregious indiscretions from bigger clubs resulting in fines etc..
They'll appeal and hopefully for their sake it's reduced by quite a lot because 10 points for losing more money than declared seems absurd.
Stupidest idea I've seen floated tbh.Hahahaha imagine.
It would be like when the NRLOL attempts to make a point of their latest rule change and send a bloke to the bin every time their arm slides up above the chest.
What's "dissent" going to be judged as?
Bruno Penandes would get 6 cards every game!
They have but if they're setting this as the bar, then they'd have to relegate City, Chelsea and even United for continuous FFP breaches which I don't think will happen. So it's a dangerous precedent.Personally I think it's harsh but only clubs who've done much much worse haven't got done for anything.
If those clubs actually get punished, have their trophies and titles stripped, and then get relegated to the 4th division then I think the 10 points deduction for Everton is fair.
The reason we're all saying it's not fair is because we all know bigger clubs have got away with much worse.