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NEWS UPDATE: Deduction of Everton points now “might not be the……

Everton points deduction now ‘might not be the worst thing’

A potential points deduction could make Everton’s financial problems worse and jeopardize their Premier League status.

For one very important reason, this season may be the greatest opportunity for Everton to lose points, penalty or not.

Some of Everton’s most valuable players, who are currently drawing interest from Premier League teams, may need to be sold in order to make ends meet.

Everton are potentially facing a 12-point deduction in the Premier League, and journalist Paul Brown has explained to GIVEMESPORT why it might not be the worst year to receive one, whilst also providing some information on the pending punishment.

The Toffee family’s financial circumstances are challenging, and things may soon get much worse. With a takeover currently in the process of being completed in the background, there is more going on behind the scenes than on the pitch in terms of problems for the Merseyside club.

Sean Dyche is managing to turn things around from a football perspective, but a points deduction could put his side in trouble in their fight to stay in the Premier League.

In not too far off future, there might be an announcement, and Evertonians will be patiently waiting to hear what will happen to them.

Everton could be in serious trouble

In September of last year, Everton formally declared that 777 Partners had purchased 94.1% of Farhad Moshiri’s shares.

Given their financial struggles, many Goodison Park supporters are expected to welcome the investment. However, Brown previously told GIVEMESPORT that he does not think 777 Partners will successfully complete a takeover.

Moshiri has spent a vast amount of money since arriving at the club, but their performances on the pitch have worsened, so it’s certainly time for a change.

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