Sheffield Wednesday’s point deduction suspended when EFL intervenes for non-payment of wages Yorkshire News

The Owls’ inability to fulfill their responsibilities has been a feature throughout the pandemic, and players did not receive all the money they were owed on numerous occasions during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The most recent episode is understood to have been resolved, but the Football League has intervened to try to prevent it from happening again.

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There are reports that at least two unidentified contract players notified the club that they would leave if the money owed was not paid, as the rules allow. They and their teammates have done it.

FINANCIAL ISSUES: Sheffield Wednesday President Dejphon Chansiri has been unable to consistently pay players in full and on time during the pandemic.

On Wednesday, who had six points deducted in last season’s Championship for a pre-Covid financial fair play (FFP) violation unrelated to the sale and subsequent lease of Hillsborough to owner Dejphon Chansiri, were informed that six more will be withdrawn if there is a repeat in the first half of the season. A failure before June 30 will incur a three point penalty.

Last season’s point deduction saw the Owls relegated to League One.

Derby County, which has also been punished for breaking FFP rules on the sale of your land, has also accepted a suspended deduction if you don’t pay wages in full, in your case three points.

With the Derby FFP punishment still up for grabs, the Rams escaped relegation from the Championship at Wednesday’s expense on the final day of last season.

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