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Everton fans plan points deduction plane protest over Etihad Stadium during Man City vs Liverpool

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An Everton fan group has announced its plans to protest the points deduction their club has suffered during Saturday's match between Manchester City and Liverpool.

Everton became just the third team in Premier League history to be docked points last Friday after being found guilty of breaching profitability and sustainability rules.

Sean Dyche's side were sitting comfortably in mid-table but the 10-point deduction has seen them slip to 19th place. Predictably, Toffees fans have voiced their discontent over the verdict on social media since the punishment was brandished and plan to make themselves heard even further when their team are back in action after the international break.

Protests are being planned for their match with Manchester United on Sunday but also the game between City and Liverpool the previous day. ALSO READ: Man City face bigger fight over FFP charges after Everton call ALSO READ Premier League FFP charges for Man City could cause 'mutiny' as UEFA warned There is a plan in place to fly a plane with a message over the Etihad Stadium on Saturday during the blockbuster clash. "We have had a lot of requests asking for a plane to be flown over Goodison on Sunday, with a message to the Premier League," A spokesperson from the 1878s explained as to why the plane is being flown over the Etihad instead of Goodison Park. “Due to our kick-off time, it will be dark.

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