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    LEEDS and Burnley have been invited to meet with the Premier League over their legal war against Everton. The relegation-battling duo are threatening a multi-million pound claim against the Toffees and the league over alleged breaches of financial rules. 1Burnley and Leeds have been invited to meet with Prem chiefs over their legal threat against EvertonCredit: Getty Frank Lampard’s Everton secured their top flight status this week, leaving Leeds and Burnley to battle it out on the final day. And the Telegraph claims that the pair have been asked to send reps for a meeting with Prem chief Richard Masters. Leeds and Burnley will be asked to lay out their grievances in full, with the BBC adding the pair are also demanding Everton are ordered to not delete any financial data. The Toffees have made losses of £371.8million over the past three seasons — way over the permitted £105m figure under Financial Fair Play rules. READ MORE IN FOOTBALL'Has he been frozen?' Man Utd icon, 59, stuns fans with amazing physique in Legends game But they were allowed to adjust...
    BURNLEY and Leeds are threatening a multi-million pound damages claim against Everton and the Premier League over alleged breaches of financial rules. The  two furious clubs are heading for final day shoot-out to avoid finishing 17th and dropping out of the Prem — after Everton secured their survival. 1Frank Lampard's Everton could still be in troubleCredit: PA And in a letter to top-flight bosses, Leeds and Burnley announced they “reserved their right” to legal action against the Toffees and the League. They also demanded full details over what action, if any, Premier League chiefs are taking into Everton’s finances. Everton have made losses of £371.8million over the past three seasons — way over the permitted £105m figure under Financial Fair Play rules. But they were allowed to adjust their figures to account for the previous two Covid-hit seasons. READ MORE ON FOOTBALLTransfer news live PSG confident Mbappe will STAY, Henderson 'on verge of Newcastle move' And that has allowed Goodison Park chiefs to bring their losses down by £170m. Everton’s losses are way over those of similar-size clubs, with Aston...
    BURNLEY and Leeds joined forces to put a spanner in Everton’s survival party - by threatening a multi-million-pound damages claim for alleged financial irregularities. The trans-Pennine rivals are now locked in a final day shoot-out to avoid the last relegation place back in the Prem. 3It was a jubilant night at Goodison as Everton secured their Premier League survivalCredit: Getty 3Burnley and Leeds are battling to avoid relegation but have united against the ToffeesCredit: Reuters But as Everton celebrated the comeback win over Crystal Palace that confirmed a 69th successive top-flight season at Goodison, the two rivals came together to train their fire on the Toffees. In a letter to Prem bosses, Leeds and Burnley announced they “reserved their right” to legal action against both Everton and the League. They also demanded full details over what action, if any, Prem bosses are taking into Everton’s finances. Everton announced losses of £371.8m over the past three seasons. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLTransfer news live PSG confident Mbappe will STAY, Henderson 'on verge of Newcastle move'Free bets! The best free bets and sign...
    LONDON (AP) — Everton’s stay in the top division will extend to 69 years after preserving its Premier League place with a dramatic 3-2 victory over Crystal Palace thanks to a second-half comeback on Thursday. Instead it will be only Burnley and Leeds trying to avoid being the third and final team relegated in the final round of the season on Sunday. Everton looked doomed to be joining a three-team relegation scrap when trailing at halftime through goals from Jean-Philippe Mateta and Jordan Ayew. But the recovery was started by Michael Keane nine minutes into the second half, Richarlison leveled in the 75th minute and Dominic Calvert-Lewin headed Everton in front in the 85th to spark an invasion of the field by the home fans. The game resumed to completion and Everton supporters spilled onto the turf again to celebrate Frank Lampard’s team staying in the Premier League. Burnley managed to climb out of the relegation zone at the expense of Leeds by drawing 1-1 at Aston Villa. Leeds is in the bottom three due to having an inferior goal...
    THE Premier League trapdoor will open for one more team to join Watford and Norwich this weekend. One of Everton, Leeds or Burnley will be playing Championship football next season. 1 Frank Lampard looked like he had turned it around with the Toffees, but a 3-2 home defeat to Brentford leaves them in big danger. Leeds rescued a point at home to Brighton and managed to move out of the bottom three. That was at the expense of Burnley, who fell to a 1-0 defeat at Tottenham. And when combined together, those teams could put out a fearsome XI which would not only comfortably beat the drop, but would also challenge for a European finish. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLTransfer news live Dybala to Totttenham, Man City enter £50million Kalvin Phillips raceFRANKFURT 1 RANGERS 1 (PENS 5-4) Ramsey misses pen as Gers suffer Europa League heartbreak There are plenty of good options in goal, but Everton goalie and England no1 Jordan Pickford gets the nod between the sticks. At right-back, Seamus Coleman would give his heart and soul for the cause.....
    LEEDS UNITED left it late to earn a point in their crucial relegation clash against Brighton. Pascal Struijk's 92nd minute strike put the Whites a point above Burnley in the table - although they've played a game more. Danny Welbeck had earlier given the Seagulls a 21st minute lead, before Struik's late goal. *MORE TO FOLLOW* Most read in SportINFLUENCER BEATDOWN Creator Clash - stream, start time, fight card for idubbz vs Dr MikeFEELING ALL WHITE Paige Spiranac wows in white bodysuit & replies to fan about wedding ringGO WITH THE FLO Mayweather leaves out Tyson and Ali in his list of top five greatest boxersSECONDS OUT Tyson and Mayweather's 22-year feud explained as their ongoing spat continues
    THERE are less than two months to go until the end of the Premier League season. But the battle for survival is only just beginning to heat up. 2 With Brentford giving themselves a huge boost by thumping Chelsea 4-1 on Saturday, six other sides still find themselves deep in the relegation mire. Newcastle, Leeds, Everton, Watford, Burnley and Norwich are all still in trouble as the season enters its penultimate stage. And when combined together, those teams could put out a fearsome XI which would not only comfortably beat the drop, but would also challenge for a European finish. There are plenty of good options in goal, but Everton goalie and England no1 Jordan Pickford gets the nod between the sticks. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLFree bets! The best free bets and sign up offers available from our bookmaker partners FULL TIME Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel splits from wife Sissi after 13 years of marriage At right-back, Kieran Trippier single-handedly boosted Newcastle’s survival hopes before suffering an unfortunate injury. And fellow January Toon signing Dan Burn would also be a...
    BURNLEY'S Matt Lowton suffered a bruise to his forehead after being struck by a bottle thrown by a Leeds fan. The defender, 32, had jumped on his team-mates to celebrate Maxwel Cornet's equaliser when the incident occurred. 5Matt Lowton was struck by the bottle while celebrating Burnley's goal 5He then received medical attention on the pitch 5Lowton was clearly upset by the incident 5Team-mate Ashley Westwood pointed out Lowton's injury to referee Paul Tierney 5A Burnley player kicked the bottle off the pitch And Lowton immediately went down under the force of the bottle, which still contained some Coca Cola. He received treatment and was able to continue but sported an ugly looking bruise for the rest of the match. Things got worse for the right-back too as Leeds regained the lead through Stuart Dallas - Dan James also scored late on to secure a 3-1 win. Unfortunately, it is not the only unsavoury incident to occur at Elland Road in recent weeks. A Leeds fan was arrested last month after allegedly racially abusing Arsenal pair Nuno Tavares and Nicolas...
    LEEDS UNITED put considerable daylight between themselves and the relegation zone with a much-needed win over Burnley. The Whites ran out 3-1 winners over Sean Dyche's relegation strugglers, who started the day in 18th place. 4Jack Harrison fired Leeds into the lead in the 39th minuteCredit: GETTY 4An elated Harrison celebrates giving the Whites the leadCredit: GETTY 4A stunning free-kick from Maxwel Cornet put Burnley back on level termsCredit: GETTY 4Stuart Dallas sealed victory for Marcelo Bielsa's side in the 77th minuteCredit: Reuters First and second-half strikes from Jack Harrison and Stuart Dallas saw Marcelo Bielsa's troops pick up their first win in their last five league matches. Following an end-to-end start to the match, the home side almost took the lead in the 18th minute through an audacious chip from Raphinha. But unfortunately for the Brazilian and the Elland Road faithful, his cheeky effort hit Wayne Hennessey's crossbar. Hennessey was forced into a good save three minutes later when Junior Firpo got on the end of a Mateusz Klich cross. Harrison. however, eventually broke the deadlock in the 39th...
    MANCHESTER UNITED take on Southampton this weekend with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer having something of a dilemma on his hands. The Red Devils boss saw his side obliterate rivals Leeds with a 5-1 mauling in their Premier League season opener last week. 2How Man Utd are likely to line up against Southampton this weekend Solskjaer will be sorely tempted to name an unchanged team. But the Norwegian has revealed Jadon Sancho is 'in contention' to make his first start, having played the final 15 minutes off the bench at Old Trafford. The England winger, 21, also started the behind-closed-doors friendly win over Burnley midweek as he edges closer to a full debut following his £73million move from Borussia Dortmund. Raphael Varane, 28, is also in the running to make his debut. The Frenchman didn't feature in last weekend's Leeds mauling or Burnley victory. But Varane has been training all week, with Solskjaer having to choose between him and Victor Lindelof. Most read in FootballLive BlogTRANSFER NEWS LIVE Mbappe ALONE at PSG training, Harry Kane swap rejected by Bernardo SilvaGunners news Odegaard...
    SOUTHAMPTON, Leeds and Burnley are keeping a close eye on Jacob Murphy's Newcastle future. The winger, 26, has been in impressive form for Steve Bruce's side but the Toon Army have yet to open up contract talks on a new deal. 1Newcastle star Jacob Murphy is being tracked by a number of Premier League clubsCredit: PA Premier League newboys Watford as well as top European clubs Porto and Bayer Leverkusen have also been admiring Murphy's displays. Newcastle are keen to nail down Murphy on a new long-term contract but, as things stand, he will enter the final year of his deal this summer. And the news that talks have yet to begin will alert interested suitors in the £6million rated star when the transfer window reopens. Murphy excelled once again in the right wing-back role in Newcastle's 4-3 defeat to champions Manchester City on Friday night. The £12million signing from Norwich in 2017 has been a key part of much improved performances...
    LEEDS welcome Burnley to Elland Road looking to put their heavy 6-2 defeat to Man Utd behind them. Marcelo Bielsa's men were thrashed at Old Trafford last weekend, condemning them to a third defeat in five Premier League games. 1Bielsa's men didn't stop playing their natural game - but just couldn't live with Man UtdCredit: EPA Burnley meanwhile arrive in excellent recent form, with Sean Dyche's men climbing out the bottom three after taking eight points from a possible 12. When is Leeds vs Burnley? This Premier League clash is part of a Super Sunday schedule on December 27. Kick-off is at 12pm BST. When Burnley last visited this ground in 2015, the sides played out a 1-1 draw in the Championship. Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on? You can catch this game live on Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League and Ultra HD. Coverage begins at 11.30am. If you're not a Sky subscriber, grab a NOW TV pass from stream the action for £9.99. Most read in FootballLive BlogARSENAL 3...
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