Liverpool Face Nine Point Deduction if Kop Holdings goes into administration

October 8, 2010 | Filed Under: Blog 
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Liverpool face a huge crisis next week  if the sale of the club is blocked  by the high courts, Broughton needs to convince the judge he has right to sell the club or Liverpool will be in big trouble.

Not what Liverpool fans want to hear as quoted from the BBC

Liverpool are likely to face a nine-point deduction if its parent company Kop Holdings goes into administration next week, BBC Sport understands.
League rules say a points deduction can be used if a parent company insolvency is caused by the club’s management.
Sources suggest owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett would struggle to argue that the running of the football club had not affected the holding company.
Liverpool could enter administration if a sale is not agreed by 15 October.

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  • jack

    ha ha!!!!!!

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