- 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 »
|He's improving game after game which is a good thing,
Puel told Sky Sports.
I was very happy with the free-kick and the quality in his James's game but there were good performances from other players too,
Puel said. We did not panic after conceding an early goal and improved as the game progressed.
He is a fantastic player, he has been fantastic this season,
They are in good fitness and I will take a decision,