Man City stripped of Premier League titles? FFP punishments as Blues await investigation outcome
Confirmation of Everton being docked 10 points by the Premier League has left more questions than answers about the punishment(s) that could be coming Manchester City's way.
The Toffees were deducted 10 points with immediate effect on Friday after being found guilty of breaching the Premier League's financial rules. Premier League rules state that clubs are permitted to lose £105million over three years, and an independent commission found Everton's losses to 2021-22 amounted to £124.5m.
Sean Dyche's side have now fallen from 14th to 19th in the table, with only goal difference keeping them off the bottom. Everton have confirmed they will appeal the decision and a verdict is expected to be reached before the end of this season.
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With the 10-point deduction marking the single biggest points deduction in Premier League history, all eyes are now on what will happen with City and their Financial Fair Play [FFP] investigation. City, back in February, were charged with breaching dozens of financial rules, dating back to the 2009/10 campaign.
The Premier League statement said: "In accordance with Premier League Rule W.82.1, the Premier League confirms that it has today referred a number of alleged breaches of the Premier League Rules by Manchester City Football Club (Club) to a Commission under Premier League Rule W.3.4.
The statement listed said breaches with five separate points made on the rulings, adding: "Commissions are independent of the Premier League and member clubs. The members of the Commission will be appointed by the independent Chair of the