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  1. “Jord” has absolutely lost his head and it’s hilarious He’s just replying with abuse to anyone that questions him Fantastic to see
  2. Hopefully! We’ve been far too nice as a club for years
  3. The most pointless appeal in football history Fuck Wigan Furthermore fuck every other club whinging at the outcome of our hearing
  4. Rumours via the ever reliable twitter that he’s been spotted in Bournemouth
  5. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/amp/football/53629596?__twitter_impression=true Hearts left-back Aaron Hickey is attracting interest from clubs across Europe, including Bayern Munich, Aston Villa and Bologna. The 18-year-old is in the final year of his contract at Tynecastle, with Hearts valuing him at £1.5m. Serie A side Bologna would meet the asking price, and Hickey is impressed by what the Italian club have to offer. The Scotland under-17 international is also keen to find out more from Bayern and what they have to offer. Championship club Sheffield Wednesday are also interested in signing Hickey, while Celtic have been asked to be kept informed of bids from elsewhere. Hearts were relegated from the Scottish Premiership last season, and begin their Championship campaign in October.
  6. Hughton - who seems to have snookered himself in getting another job
  7. Bristol City fans really don’t want him
  8. If we can’t stay up next season starting on -12 with Rotherham, Wycombe & Charlton/Luton in the division then we’re in for a horrendous season anyway
  9. No mate as long as they finish outside the bottom 3 this season without the deduction then the points deduction comes off this season
  10. They’re too scared to @ us in their statement We’ve got them on the ropes
  11. EFL statement for anyone that wants it The League continues to receive questions on a regular basis in respect of updates to ongoing proceedings involving the EFL and its member Clubs. We recognise the desire amongst stakeholders, not least from our own members, but also their respective supporters and representatives of the media, for clarity on the current position. At the point a Club is charged with misconduct, it is referred to an Independent Disciplinary Commission and from that point onwards, the format and timing of the proceedings are controlled by that of the Independent Commission. Our stated position and the policy agreed with our Clubs is that we do not pass any comment on these individual matters, other than to confirm the charges at the outset and the subsequent outcomes. The EFL is committed to announcing any final outcome promptly following notification of the decision by the relevant Independent Disciplinary Commission, giving consideration to the issues raised above and in accordance with its regulations. Independent Disciplinary Commissions are well aware of the challenges for any Club that is subject to proceedings, and the need for clarity for financial and operational planning purposes, particularly ahead of the summer transfer window opening later this month. In addition, there is also the consequential impact to consider on how any decisions may affect other Clubs within a division who require the same courtesy to plan with as much certainty as is practically possible. Equally, there are the operational pressures this presents the EFL, in areas such as fixture scheduling in the event any decision(s) change a divisional line-up. In the specific case of Wednesday evening’s final round of Championship matches for season 2019/20, and any potential impact on divisional standings, relegation will be confirmed for the Clubs in 22nd, 23rd and 24th positions in the Championship table following the conclusion of those matches and will be subject to the resolution of any ongoing proceedings. In the case of Wigan Athletic the 12-point sporting sanction, as a result of the Club entering administration, will apply immediately following the end of the game against Fulham but is subject to appeal. Nevertheless, the primary objective of any Independent Disciplinary Commission is to deal with cases expeditiously and fairly. We will be providing no further comment on any ongoing proceedings at this time.
  12. Daily Mail working on probability with their article EFL release a statement saying “relegation will be confirmed for clubs 22nd, 23rd & 24th in the Championship table following the conclusion of the last fixtures and will be subject to the resolution of any ongoing proceedings” No ones got a clue basically
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