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Birmingham charged again by EFL for breaching imposed business plan

Birmingham charged again by EFL for breaching imposed business plan
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Birmingham charged by EFL for breaching imposed business plan

Birmingham have revealed they have been charged with another breach of Football League regulations.

The Blues were docked nine points last season for breaking the EFL's profitability and sustainability rules.

Now they could be punished again if they are found guilty of not sticking to the EFL-imposed business plan which they agreed to adhere to.

"The club confirms that it has been charged with a breach of EFL regulations in relation to a business plan imposed upon us in the 2018/19 season," read a Birmingham statement.

"The club denies the charge and we await the outcome of ongoing disciplinary proceedings.

"We shall be making no further comment at this time."

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