Byrne criticized the inspection committee’s “reckless approach” to deducting points from Everton and argued that the Premier League’s current team “can no longer fairly manage top-flight football without oversight”. independent police”.
Byrne’s proposal calls for the Government to immediately establish an independent regulator and “demands suspension of all proceedings and sanctions until the regulator makes its own decision”.
Everton has indicated its intention to appeal the sanctions. The club could also face compensation claims from teams that have been relegated, although no other clubs have yet confirmed their intention to do so.
Liverpool Mayor Steve Rotheram wrote to Premier League chief executive Richard Masters to highlight his opposition to the sanctions, saying: “The decision to deduct 10 points from Everton is outrageous considering the willingness and the club’s initiative in cooperating with the Premier League.”
Thanh Vu | 12:48 November 21, 2023