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Everton fans print 38k “Premier League Corrupt” placards against Manchester United

Manchester United has already warned Everton about the planned protest by the Everton fans.

The Premier League has docked Everton ten points for failing to follow its “Profit and Sustainability Rules.” They have plummeted to the relegation zone, level on points with Burnley, after finishing 14th with 14 points.

Sean Dyche and his team will now face another relegation struggle, while the club has filed an appeal. Meanwhile, Toffees fans have opted to support their team in their next home game against Manchester United.

According to a user on X, the supporters are printing signs with the Premier League emblem and the words “Corrupt” below them. Over 38,000 signs have been printed, and they want to give them to Goodison Park spectators. The Toffees intend to deliver it to away Manchester United supporters as well.

Sky Sports, which broadcasts the Premier League, is also said to be playing pre-recorded crowd noise during Everton’s match against Manchester United. This is done to prevent viewers watching at home from hearing the protesting Everton fans.

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Bruno Fernandes against Everton. (Source: ESPN)
Bruno Fernandes against Everton. (Source: ESPN)

Everton found themselves in a relegation fight after the Premier League docked them ten points. They are level on points with Vincent Kompany’s Burnley, both having four. Manchester United have had a difficult season, finishing sixth under Erik ten Hag.

Everton will try to escape out of the relegation zone with a win versus United due to their point deduction. Their fans will rally behind their players as much as they can, with demonstrations planned. United have won their past two Premier League games and will look to continue their winning streak. On November 26th, the two teams will meet at Goodison Park.

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