Derby County charged by the EFL for making excess losses under FFP regulations

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Derby County charged by the EFL for making excess losses under FFP regulations as their case now heads to an independent disciplinary commission

  • Derby County have been charged by the EFL for making excess losses under FFP 
  • Derby recorded the losses over a three year period which ended June 30 2018  
  • Championship club will be referred to an independent disciplinary commission 
  • If the case against them is proven then Derby could face a points deduction 

Derby County have been charged by the EFL for making excess losses under FFP regulations.

The Championship club recorded the losses over a three year period ending June 30 2018.

Derby will now be referred to an independent disciplinary commission.  

Derby County have been charged by the EFL for making excess losses under FFP regulations

Derby County have been charged by the EFL for making excess losses under FFP regulations

Derby, who are in 17th place in the Championship, now face the possibility of a points deduction. 

A statement from the EFL read: ‘Following a review of Derby County’s Profitability and Sustainability (P&S) submissions, the EFL has charged the Club for recording losses in excess of the permitted amounts provided for in EFL Regulations for the three-year period ending 30 June 2018.

‘The Club will now be referred to an independent Disciplinary Commission, which will hear representations from both the EFL and Derby County.

Derby recorded the losses over a three year period which concluded on June 30 2018

Derby recorded the losses over a three year period which concluded on June 30 2018

‘As these matters are now subject to proceedings, the EFL will be making no further comment at this time.’ 

Championship clubs are permitted to lose £39million over three years. 

It was reported last year that Derby were suffering major monthly losses. 

Last season Birmingham received a reduction of nine points after a similar breach of financial rules. 

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