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Gary Neville predicts Everton’s relegation after…

Gary Neville doubts Everton will stay in the Premier League if they are docked 12 points.
On Wednesday, October 25, The Telegraph reported that the Blues could face a “very severe” punishment if they are found to have violated the Premier League’s profit and sustainability standards.

ording to reports, the league has suggested a 12-point deduction, which, if implemented today, would drop Everton to the bottom of the standings with a score of -5.

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When asked on X on Thursday, October 26, the former right-back for Manchester United, Neville, said he thought Sean Dyche would keep Everton in the Premier League this year.

The Sky Sports pundit believes the Toffees will make it through without losing any ground.

“Yes, but not with a deduction of points,” he continued.

There is no chance.

Everton will not be able to stay up if they are docked 12 points.

We’re nine games into the season, and that kind of punishment would leave the Blues in last place, 11 points out of first place.

That’s a huge challenge, especially when teams above them will start to pick up points eventually.

Everton’s main saving grace right now is that this league has four very awful teams: Sheffield United, Bournemouth, Burnley, and Luton Town.

Based on their results this season, the Blues are just somewhat better than them, so with a 12-point advantage, you’d think at least two of them would be able to pull ahead of the Merseyside club.

It doesn’t look good at all.

However, given that this is the worst-case scenario for the Toffees, there is a good chance that any punishment would be severe and would be appealed.

If this occurs, Farhad Moshiri must be escorted out of Goodison Park and Merseyside for good.

 

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