Sheffield Wednesday’s points deduction halved | Football News

first_img2:00 They have made a bad start to the campaign, with five defeats from their opening 10 games – and the Owls have not confirmed whether they are happy with the outcome, or whether further challenges are forthcoming.A statement read: “In August 2020, the club filed an appeal to a League Arbitration Panel against the decision of the EFL Disciplinary Commission to impose a sanction on the club of a deduction of 12 points in season 2020/21.“The club confirms that today its appeal was upheld in part. The decision of the League Arbitration Panel is that the sanction is reduced to a deduction of six points in season 2020/21.“The club is digesting the content of the decision and will not provide further comment until it is published.” – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Highlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Sheffield Wednesday and Bournemouth Wednesday were informed they would start the 2020-21 season on -12 points in August, having been told by the league they “should not have included profits from the sale of Hillsborough in financial statements for the period ending July 2018”. Sheffield Wednesday have had their points deduction for breaching EFL spending rules halved from 12 to six.The revised punishment, set by an arbitration panel on Wednesday, will see their current points total grow from minus one to five.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – preview imagelast_img read more

BRAND NEW RENAULT CLIO UNVEILED AT HIGHLAND MOTORS TONIGHT

first_imgHighland Motors are having their official launch of the new Clio this evening, November 15th from 7pm to 9pm.Chef Martin Anderson, aka Fat Chef Slim, will be cooking up some delicious French Fayre after the new Clio is unveiled. The Highland Motors team look forward to seeing you at the launch where a great evenings entertainment will be held. Everybody is welcome. BRAND NEW RENAULT CLIO UNVEILED AT HIGHLAND MOTORS TONIGHT was last modified: November 15th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:highland motors letterkennyNew ClioRenault Cliounveiledlast_img read more

Puttaiah Memorial Cup 2018: South United FC begin their campaign with a 2-0 win…

first_imgAdvertisementBengaluru, September 24, 2018: Strikes from Magesh and Lokesh saw South United FC beat ADE FC 2-0 in their first Puttaiah Memorial Cup Game. The orange-clad South United saw a man sent off in the final few minutes but it had no bearing on the result.In the first match of Zone B, South United took an early lead against ADE FC through their talismanic captain Magesh. The goal came as new signing Aaron crossed the ball in from the left flank all the way to the other end of the pitch only for Mani to cut it back into the onrushing Magesh who smashed the ball home with a first time left-footed shot.Puttaiah Memorial Cup 2018: South United FC begin their campaign with a 2-0 win over ADE FCSouth United FC created several chances but was unable to finish them off as the first half flowed on. Their keeper Jayant remained largely untested for the entirety of the half.ADE FC began the second half well and put the orange clad South United FC under some pressure. It resulted to naught as they rallied back strongly to claw back some semblance of control. Midway through the second half, Henderson, the South United striker made way for Chander, and Aaron switched to a more advanced role. The change saw South United renewed with some dynamism and they would seal their victory in the final 20 minutes through a strike by Lokesh.A couple of good plays and attempts by ADE FC to salvage something from the game did not come to fruition. The final few minutes saw SUFC substitute Chander sent off for a poor challenge but the men in orange had enough composure to see out their first game of the tournament with a 2-0 victory. 6 Attachments Advertisementlast_img read more