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Lyndon Lloyd is joined by Paul Traill and Adam McCulloch to discuss the Appeal Board's decision to reinstate four of Everton's 10 docked points and what it might mean for morale at the club and the second Independent Commission which will convene next month.

They discuss what went wrong in those final stages at Brighton at the weekend and look ahead to the visit to Goodison Park of David Moyes's West Ham.


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Mike Hayes
1 Posted 28/02/2024 at 12:54:20
The “result” feels like a loss. They couldn't fine us – we're skint; no transfer embargo – we're skint; so hit us with the worst points deduction in footballing history.

If it's 9 points for administration, then it should have been maximum of 3 -points… pathetic from the corrupted scum in charge. 😡

Lyndon Lloyd
2 Posted 29/02/2024 at 00:08:39
Given that we'll lose merit payments for each of the places in the table we drop down because of the points deduction, we effectively have been fined.

And we've been under a quasi transfer embargo since the summer of 2021.

A triple whammy, Premier League-style!

Brian Wilkinson
3 Posted 29/02/2024 at 17:46:01
And the cost of both hearings' fees for him could take us over the threshold, knowing the luck we have.
Eugene Stalker
4 Posted 01/03/2024 at 09:50:58
Not sure why he is now known as "Super Silk". He got 4 points back from the 10 so fair play to him and we should be grateful for anything but to be nicknamed "Super Silk" he will have to do better than that. NSNO

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