They will buy flags and banners to protest against the 10-point deduction for financial irregularities
Updated 11/20/2023 21:25 CET
Everton fans have raised 27,000 pounds (30,000 euros) to protest the ten-point penalty with which the Premier League has punished them for financial irregularities.
An independent Premier League commission sanctioned Everton with the ten-point discount for exceeding the limit of 105 million pounds of losses in three years during the 2021-2022 season.
The decision unleashed the anger of Everton and its fans, who do not understand why they have received this punishment while the six founding clubs of the European Super League only had to pay 22 million pounds in total as punishment and Manchester City remains unpunished despite to have been accused of 115 financial irregularities.
In less than 48 hours, Toffees fans have raised 27,000 pounds that will be used to buy flags and banners that will be seen in the stadium as a protest to this decision. The Everton fans group has described the sanction as “a disgrace” and “senseless.”
Fans They hope to increase this figure in the coming days, before the first game after the suspension, which will be played this Sunday against Manchester United at Goodison Park.
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