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sport news Sean Dyche welcomes 'clarity' after Everton were handed back four points ... trends now
sport news Sean Dyche welcomes 'clarity' after Everton were handed back four points ... trends now

sport news Sean Dyche welcomes 'clarity' after Everton were handed back four points ... trends now

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Sean Dyche says Everton and the rest of the footballing world have finally received clarity and can move forward after the club were handed four points of the 10 deducted for financial breaches back on appeal.

The Toffees were docked 10 points in November for breaching the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules (PSR) and overspending the permitted losses of £105million in a three-year rolling period by £19.5m. That was reduced to six points on appeal this week.

Dyche had been vocal in how Everton could not settle while the case and subsequent appeal hung over them, with them and other clubs unable to forecast how many points they needed to achieve objectives this season due to uncertainty.

But the Everton boss says they are now happy to receive clarity. ‘We're pleased we have got something back, obviously,’ said Dyche this afternoon, talking before the club’s fixture against West Ham on Saturday at Goodison Park.

‘You are always greedy and want more and more but the points the club put forward have been listened to and we have got the four points back. We will take that and now it brings clarity to the situation, which is good for us and the players but good for all actually.

Sean Dyche has welcomed the 'clarity' of having four points returned as Everton's players can move on with a clear mind

Sean Dyche has welcomed the 'clarity' of having four points returned as Everton's players can move on

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