Manchester United’s upcoming opponents Everton handed a 10-point deduction in the Premier League
According to Manchester Evening News, Manchester United’s upcoming opponent Everton are now handed a 10-point deduction in the Premier League following their conviction for violating the division’s sustainability and profit policies.
Sunday, November 26 at Goodison Park Stadium, is when Manchester United are scheduled to resume their Premier League season against Everton following the international break. In light of financial difficulties, the Toffees were formally chastised, although there is still some mystery around them.
In response to the accusations, Everton were referred to an independent commission in March. Although it was originally anticipated that the commission would reach a ruling in a matter of weeks, the process has taken eight months.
The club said at the time that they were “prepared to robustly defend” their stance and denied any wrongdoing.
It now implies that when the Reds visit Goodison Park a week from Sunday, there will be a sense of resentment and annoyance in the air. Everton could be at the bottom of the table come kickoff, which means United might be playing a highly frustrated Toffees squad.
This deduction might help United once again show their dominance in the game assuming the tension that shall be surrounding the entire Toffees. It’s still unfortunate for Everton to face such a harsh decision.
On the other hand, injuries are once again haunting our club with already a handful of players out injured. Casemiro, Luke Shaw, Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane are all injured but it seems our French defender might make his way into the starting lineup next weekend. Andre Onana and Marcus Rashford also seem to be injured while playing for their nations. We hope that all players make their way into the team as soon as possible knowing the momentum the club has gained in the recent few fixtures.
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- Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof expects that the club to extend his contract
- Brazilian manager Fernando Diniz was upset with the absence of Manchester United star Casemiro
Everton’s 10-point deduction has, statistically speaking at least, returned them to where they were at the beginning of the season, much like one of those dreams when you strive to outrun your worst fears only to find yourself back where you started.