As per a report from the BBC, Championship outfit Birmingham Metropolis have been slapped with a hefty factors deduction by the EFL, after breaching guidelines pertaining to monetary losses over an prolonged interval.
Garry Monk’s Blues have endured a disappointing marketing campaign thus far.
As issues stand, the West Midlands outfit sit in 13th-place within the Championship desk, having racked up simply 12 wins from their 38 league outings.
Their latest type has confirmed particularly-concerning, with Birmingham having managed only a solitary victory from their final 7 fixtures, a run which features a quartet of consecutive defeats for the reason that starting of the month.
And, on the again of the now-infamous incident between Blues’ fan Paul Mitchell and Jack Grealish in the course of the membership’s Second Metropolis derby defeat to Aston Villa two weeks in the past, Birmingham have this morning been handed their newest blow.
As outlined above, Garry Monk’s aspect have been slapped with a 9-point deduction within the Championship desk.
The sanction comes on the again of a breach of the EFL’s profitability and sustainability restrictions.
As per the BBC:
‘Losses in extra of £13m per yr over a three-year interval usually are not accepted beneath EFL guidelines.’
Birmingham introduced their Third-consecutive £13 million+ loss to the top of June 2018 in January, with the membership having been compelled to work beneath switch restrictions over the past 2 switch home windows in consequence.
The Blues’ newest sanction is but to be made official, ‘however it’s understood that there will likely be no additional monetary penalties for the membership, nor would they be beneath a future switch embargo regarding this concern.’
Birmingham’s factors deduction will see Garry Monk’s males drop from 13th to 18th within the Championship desk.
Birmingham Metropolis will obtain a nine-point deduction from the English Soccer League for breaching profitability and sustainability guidelines.
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