LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — The English Premier League referred Everton to an independent commission on Friday over an alleged breach of financial rules last season. Everton reported three-year losses of nearly 372 million pounds ($454 million). The league’s profit and financial sustainability rules allow clubs to lose a maximum of 105 million pounds ($128 million) over a three-year period or face sanctions. Those sanctions include points deductions for serious breaches. The league said proceeding
The Latics squad were absent from training on Friday after not receiving their wages on time for the fourth time this season.
The captains have been discussing their options this week.