Everton and Nottingham Forest are accused of breaking Premier League financial rules, facing potential fines or points deductions.

The charges are based on exceeding allowed losses for the 2022-23 season. Everton, currently appealing a prior 10-point deduction, calls it a deficiency in rules.

Amid fan protests and political concerns, transparency is questioned. Nottingham Forest, confident of a fair resolution, focuses on a unique case involving Brennan Johnson’s post-deadline sale.

This adds to financial scrutiny, with Manchester City’s ongoing case and potential issues for Chelsea. Information source: BBC News.


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