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Every team that has received a Premier League points deduction as Man City await decision

Shockwaves were sent across the football landscape on Friday as Everton became the third team in Premier League history to be hit with a points deduction.

The seismic news not only impacts Everton but could have set a precedent for any other team that is found guilty of breaching Financial Fair Play rules in the future. Naturally, all eyes have turned to Manchester City as a result.

City were charged earlier in 2023 for allegedly breaching FFP regulations over 100 times between 2009 and 2018. The reigning league and European champions have vehemently denied the charges but a verdict from the Premier League's investigation is still pending.

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Should the Blues be found guilty for the most serious offences then a strong punishment can be expected with a points deduction one of the possible outcomes. Only three other clubs have had points docked in the Premier League and here are the details.

The Toffees became the first side in nearly 14 years to be hit with a deduction on Friday after being found guilty of breaching Premier League's Profitability and Sustainability Rules rules. It was found that during the 2021/22 season, Everton had a PSR calculation in a loss of £124.5m, which exceeded the threshold of £105m permitted under PSRs.

Everton were sitting pretty in mid-table after a strong start to the season under Sean Dyche on 14 points. However, after their 10-point deduction, they have slipped to 19th place and are above bottom-placed Burnley on goal difference.

Before Everton, the last side to their tally reduced was Portsmouth in March 2010. Pompey, who had