- Wed Feb 21 5:13 PM
SkySports Leicester have agreed to pay £3.1m to the EFL in order to settle a Financial Fair Play dispute incurred during the 2013-14 season. The Foxes are deemed to have broken the EFL's financial rules after exceeding the permitted £8m loss in their Premier and more »
- Wed Feb 21 4:14 PM
Leicester have paid the English Football League £3.1million to settle a Financial Fair Play dispute.
- Wed Feb 21 3:57 PM
The EFL ruled Leicester had broken the £8million cap on losses during the 2013-14 campaign by posting a deficit of £20.8m – but the club argued £13m of that was ‘allowable’.
- Wed Feb 21 3:39 PM
Leicester City are to pay £3.1m to the EFL after settling a Financial Fair Play dispute from the 2013/14 season when the club won the Championship.
- Sun Feb 18 2:30 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Pep Guardiola has responded to the criticisms levelled at Manchester City by Claude Puel and insisted that his club did nothing wrong in their controversial, and high-profile, pursuit of Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez last month. The Premier League and more »
|It was a communion with our fans,
said Puel. To see the former players, former managers come back to honour the chairman shows the man he was.
We were unlucky but I was proud of the players' performance because they gave their best in this situation,
Puel told the BBC.
It was difficult with a lot of emotion around the game, during the game and after the game,
said Leicester boss Claude Puel.
I would have no problem if it happened again, the only thing would be a second yellow card,
said Puel. He can take off his shirt if he scores, I have no problem with this. I wouldn't be happy if it was a second yellow card, of course, and the team was down to 10.