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  • #16
    The EFL is a shambles and is not fit for purpose. It baffles me why Championship clubs put up with them - All Championship clubs should resign from EFL and set-up their own Not-so-super league under a modern, coherent and credible governance structure. Letting EFL jackasses run things is total madness.

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    • #17
      The f.a are corrupt. Just ask bury fans. The f.a allowed clubs like Bolton and Chesterfield to go to the wall and never stepped in to help. This so called fit and proper persons test to own a club is a also a joke. They turn a blind eye to the foreign "businessmen' and the shady under the table deals that are struck and then take action against legitimate clubs who are trying to do their best within the rules.

      Derby and sheff weds should have been automatically relegated last year. Both have stuck 2 fingers up at the rulebook and yet still the f.a bends over backwards pandering to them. Wycombe should have stayed up but they aren't fashionable enough with a big stadium and big support so they never stood a chance.

      If there is any justice, those crooks at Derby will be hit with 12 points and end up in league 1 where they should already be. Rant over!!

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      • #18
        If they 'agree' it there shouldn't be an option for appealing it .

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        • #19
          I thought there were 5 charges against Derby. Is this the fine for all of them together or only one?

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          • #20
            Derby have deliberately tried to circumvent the rules set out to all clubs as a condition to be part of the league.
            They have lied and cooked their books to try and gain an unfair advantage.
            They should be relegated and WWFC should never have been.
            Maybe the other lge clubs should sue the EFL.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Stainrod View Post

              We were punished under different rules , we can’t appeal and we were guilty , we have tried to question the severity of the punishment and got nowhere.
              What were we done for again?
              Over spending?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by QPRDave View Post

                What were we done for again?
                Over spending?
                Yes Dave ,massively overspending.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Stainrod View Post

                  Yes Dave ,massively overspending.
                  Was this when we got to the prem under NW or Arry?
                  Sorry can't remember

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by QPRDave View Post

                    Was this when we got to the prem under NW or Arry?
                    Sorry can't remember
                    Think it was spending under Hughes and arry over a few years .

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                    • #25
                      Didn't it come to a head when we bought our way out of the Championship and escaped the rule by being in the Prem,. And then got relegated and fell into the FL's clutches?

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Undecided View Post
                        Didn't it come to a head when we bought our way out of the Championship and escaped the rule by being in the Prem,. And then got relegated and fell into the FL's clutches?
                        Exactly, had we stayed up we’d have avoided it , probably a blessing in disguise as we would still be doing the same thing now.

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                        • #27
                          See the thing is we were prem under Hughes, so EFL had no right to do us for that imo.
                          Our EFL " misdemeanor" was getting a good legal team to thwart them.
                          As I say Derby deliberately broke the rules and get bugger all of punishment in comparison.
                          We really should sue the #######s for the double standards and destroying our club for years preventing us from being run fairly.
                          Boy we must've pissed them off by not going down after that

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                          • #28
                            Wolves broke the FFP rules big time when they overspent and got ptomoted. As they have managed to stay up, outside the jurisdiction of EFL, they have never been punished. I think it is ridiciolous that EPL and EFL cannot cooperate on the rules and the sanctions. Reading and Derby gambled and tried to do «a Wolves» without success. If the two leagues could cooperate, Wolves would be punished by EPL and if the penalty was tough enough, like a relegation, it would have stopped other teams as Derby and Reading from trying the same. I cannot understand there is not more focus on this flaw in the system, as a change would really address it.

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