Episode 2795: Why Ireland Lose, Everton’s “Show Trial”
We look back on Saturday’s game in Amsterdam and the lessons from Ireland’s disastrous qualifying campaign. “What was the alternative?” was Stephen Kenny’s reply to questions about his approach following the latest defeat – but will his successor have to think of one?
We talk to the deputy chair of Everton’s shareholders association, John Blain, about the 10-point penalty imposed on the club after they were found guilty of breaching the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules.
How are Everton fans feeling about the punishment? Why have the league come down so heavily on Everton? And what might this mean for other financial cases currently in the pipeline?
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