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Seriously, if you were one of the 5 or so teams in a relegation battle you’d definitely be kicking off if nothing came of this.

 

As far as Everton are concerned, be prepared for some off the scale, and totally unrelated, whataboutery.

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“now let's say we get a few of the players we have been linked with in - the likes of Tristan Nydam (0m), Charlie Ward (0m) and we go for Ben Alnwick (0m) and Martin Crainie (0m), we buy Jerome Sinclair or David Nugent on a free 

thats 0m spent, and probably looking at around 10k in wages (again a generous estimate)

leaves the club with 190m debt and 500k in wage deficit still burning a hole in our lovely Iranians pocket, but no statement sale, just some very good ones that will make the balance sheet slightly competitive, say we then sort a 3m sale on Richy lad (current flavour of the month after his 5 goals this season and also an asset we depserately need selling) and we give him parity with ronald koeman on continuing to pay his wages - so another 14k and 3m gone

we are then left with a 187m and 486k pw situation, to go out their and target a 'statement' sale for the club to propel us into league one, go begging to Tottenham, ask them to pay our asking price for DCL and see what they actually say when we admit wer're fucking desperate, and see what his agent says when we offer to let him go for free just to get the wages off the books.

Honestly it sounds mental even typing this out, but money talks in football, and if we are serious in hurtling into administration then we couldn't make a bigger attempt than this"

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Spend £500m in transfers to get worse and then get a points deduction for overspending on shite players.

 

The Ev, the gift that keeps on giving. Like a  piñata, keep on hitting it and treats keeps coming. 

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51 minutes ago, Jimmy Hills Chin said:

Seriously, if you were one of the 5 or so teams in a relegation battle you’d definitely be kicking off if nothing came of this.

 

As far as Everton are concerned, be prepared for some off the scale, and totally unrelated, whataboutery.

They just keep going on about the sly 6 super league etc..

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1 minute ago, Scott_M said:

If only the Premiership were this proactive with Man City.

Indeed, how Evertonians love them spending and getting away with it, would be a beautiful irony if Everton got hammered.

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1 hour ago, Scott_M said:

Spend £500m in transfers to get worse and then get a points deduction for overspending on shite players.

 

The Ev, the gift that keeps on giving. Like a  piñata, keep on hitting it and treats keeps coming. 

And complain about FFP hampering their march to glory in the process.

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20 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

The same club screaming for null & void over Covid....

 

 

 

 

 

I thought they already had been given extra allowances because of COVID. 

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They're trying to do what City have been doing, only they forgot one important thing. You need to cook the books so you're declaring big profits. These daft bastards are declaring record breaking losses every year. What do they think is going to happen?

 

If you're going to spend money you don't legally have under FFP requirements, you need to cover that up with loads of blag, overly inflated sponsorship deals so you're still profitable.

 

Instead of wasting so much money sacking managers, they should pay for a better accountant.

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35 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

The same club screaming for null & void over Covid....

 

 

 

 

 

Thing here is, they look to have breached the agreed Premier League limits by some margin. £155m is some way over. It isnt say £20m-£50m. It's 3 times that!

 

They signed up to this. No other PL club has breached the PL's limit despite playing in empty stadiums and the impact of covid. Every club's accountable over the same period.

 

The PL board simply cannot overlook the size of this breach and 'negotiate' in any way, shape or form, sanctions that should be applied to everton because of this, no exceptions. Fuck me, they even took an £18m covid business interuption loan ie tax payer's money and still broke through the spending limit.

 

Loads of smaller PL clubs kicked off to the PL over Usmanov's £30m 'first option' for naming rights deal on a stadium where construction hadnt started when they got that money.

 

Im pretty certain 4 or 5 clubs currently at or near the bottom of the PL will be making representations to the board, everton must not escape tough sanctions when they've managed to stay within the PL's financial limit. They did it, why didnt everton fc?

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9 minutes ago, Reckoner said:

I thought they already had been given extra allowances because of COVID. 

All I know is that whatever happens to them be it financial, relegation, a nuclear attack from Russia, the sun exploding... it will be our fault 

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