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Isn't worst case scenario that we appeal and get found guilty of both charges, thus receiving a harsher sanction?

 

That seems very unlikely based on what's been published this morning, but is still a possibility, isn't it?

 

At least that's what was suggested by the football law expert on Radio Sheffield few weeks ago: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p08mh1bb

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1 hour ago, 0114 said:

-12. I don’t think we will win an appeal. It’s pretty apparent the stadium was sold too late meaning we broke FFP. 

 

 

  While true the efl said it was fine . You can't just move the goal posts because other people have complained about the decision you've made which is what the efl have done . Oh yeah its fine no problem . Oh I've had second thoughts so you've broken the rules I said you hadn't . 

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2 hours ago, 0114 said:

-12. I don’t think we will win an appeal. It’s pretty apparent the stadium was sold too late meaning we broke FFP. 

From the information published this isn’t apparent. Nor is the reason why the deduction goes in next season, not 2 seasons ago.  The EFL shouldn’t get to pick and choose.  I only know what’s been published today but this seems like a strong appeal. 

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