The FA have today published the outcomes of appeals from a number of clubs against sanctions issued.

In relation to sanctions issued to Blyth Spartans, Farsley Celtic and Spennymoor Town for failing to fulfil fixtures, the ruling was as follows:

Blyth Spartans: 50% of their £6,000 fine is now suspended. Their suspended two point deduction remains;

Farsley Celtic FC: 50% of their £4,200 fine is now suspended. Their suspended two point deduction remains

Spennymoor Town FC: 50% of their £4,200 fine is now suspended. Their suspended two point deduction remains.

Appeals from 11 clubs (as below) were heard in relation to sanctions given for failing to fulfil fixtures, with all 11 dismissed:

  • Alfreton Town
  • Bath City
  • Bradford (Park Avenue)
  • Chippenham Town
  • Curzon Ashton
  • Darlington
  • Dover Athletic
  • Dulwich Hamlet
  • Kettering Town
  • Slough Town
  • Southport

 

The FA add: “An independent appeal board also heard an appeal from Southport FC on 09 June 2021 in relation to a COVID-19 test that was upheld and its written reasons for the decision can be found below.”

Read more: https://www.thefa.com/news/2021/jun/15/appeal-board-decisions-150621

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