22 July 2024

A view of a Leeds United flag before the Premier League match at Elland  Road, Leeds. Picture date: Saturday February 26, 2022 Stock Photo - Alamy

Leeds star ‘fighting to join’ Everton and there ‘is still a chance’ despite stern Whites stance

Leeds United star Wilfried Gnonto is said to be “fighting to join” Everton, as Fabrizio Romano believes there “is still a chance” he gets his move …

An independent Regulatory Commission has imposed an action plan and £250,000 fine on Leeds United for misconduct in relation to crowd control that took place during the 20th minute of their game against Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League on Saturday 11 March. 

Leeds United admitted that they failed to ensure their spectators conduct themselves in an orderly fashion and do not use words or otherwise behave in a way which is improper, offensive, abusive, indecent, or insulting with reference to sexual orientation.

The independent Regulatory Commission’s action plan and written reasons for these sanctions can both be seen below.

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