An Everton fan group has announced its plans to protest the points deduction their club has suffered during Sunday’s Premier League meeting with Manchester United.
Everton became just the third club in Premier League history to be docked points last Friday after being found guilty of breaching profitability and sustainability rules.
In turn, Bruno Fernandes believes this will make United’s trip to Goodison Park more difficult than usual, since Everton will be looking for a response after having 10 points docked. It puts them in the relegation zone, despite sitting mid-table prior to that.
Toffees fans are upset at the news and understandably so, while Man City sit there with 115 charges having over their name.
Fan group The 1878s are encouraging fans to use flags, banners and specially produced cards during the match at Goodison Park to make their point to the powers that exist at the Premier League.
Furthermore, there is a plan in place to fly a plane with a message over the Etihad Stadium on Saturday during their clash with Liverpool.
The 1878s have raised over £40,000 at the time of publication to fund their protests against the verdict of an independent commission.