Nottingham Forest lodge appeal against points deduction

Nottingham Forest lodged an appeal Monday against the four-point deduction imposed upon them for a breach
of Premier League financial rules.

“Nottingham Forest can confirm that it has today lodged an appeal against the four point sanction imposed by the Commission
in relation to the Club’s breach of the Premier League’s Profit & Sustainability Rules,” the club said in a brief statement
on its website. “The club will not be making any further statement at this time,” added Forest.

On March 18, the Premier League club were docked four points after admitting breaching their profitability and sustainability
rules (PSR) threshold of £61 million ($77.5 million) by £34.5 million. Reacting at the time, Forest said they were
“extremely disappointed” by the ruling and “dismayed by the tone” of the Premier League’s argument.

“We believe that the high levels of cooperation the club has shown during this process, and which are confirmed and recorded
in the commission’s decision, were not reciprocated by the Premier League,” Forest said in a statement last week. The four-point deduction
meant they dropped into the relegation zone, one point behind 17th-placed Luton and four adrift of Everton.READ MORE

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