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Everton handed 2-year ban from signing academy players

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 8 November 2018 ()
LONDON (AP) — The Premier League has handed Everton a two-year ban from signing some academy players and fined the club 500,000 pounds ($653,000) for breaching recruitment rules.Everton admitted to offering inducements to seven...
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Marco Silva says there will be no repeat of Everton's two-year academy transfer ban, after they were found guilty of breaching Premier League recruitment rules.

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