Nottingham Forest’s EPL Financial Breach Case To Be Heard Next Week

Nottingham Forest’s Premier League financial breach case will be heard next week.

According to BBC Sport, an Independent Commission will hear the case on Thursday and Friday, 7 and 8 March, with leading sports lawyer Nick de Marco KC leading the Forest defence.

Forest were charged in January for alleged breaches of the league’s profit and sustainability rules (PSR) in their 2022-23 accounts.

The outcome of the case could affect their Premier League survival.

Forest, who parade Super Eagles stars Ola Aina and Taiwo Awoniyi, sit one place off the relegation zone with 24 points, four points ahead of Luton who have a game in hand.

Under Premier League regulations, clubs can lose a maximum of £105m over a three-season period, or £35m per campaign, before facing sanctions.

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It is likely Forest will argue one of the reasons why

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