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The EFL in Crisis!

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Bolton fucked

Coventry looking to ground share as they have no money!

Middlesbrough have crippling wages!

I guess the plight for promotion has its costs!

Macclesfield facing similar situation to Bolton players in that they've been unpaid March wages as well.


Bury have been deducted 12 points!!

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36 minutes ago, Mr Magnificent said:

Deducted points is just an extra kick in the nuts!


4 minutes ago, Hairy Scot said:

I've never been able to see the logic in that.

Its a deterrent to ensure all clubs are ran accordingly and don't end up in this situation!! They can't exactly fine them as they have no money haha. 

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4 hours ago, Hairy Scot said:

It's an act of draconian bureaucracy.

Everyone knows the rules though but people.on whinge about them when it happens to their club. 

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On 23/07/2019 at 08:43, Hairy Scot said:

You only have to look at the debts of many of the UK's top football clubs to see that if a bank pulled their loans they would all be in deep shit.

Added to that is the fact that FFP rules don't seem to apply to clubs owned by arabs.

Yeah Ive realised that too. Its like the big clubs can do what they want whilst the smaller clubs are punished! But maybe these bigger clubs like PSG are just finding loop holes in the system, morally wrong but legal in the eyes of FIFA?

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