Derby appeals over EFL ‘s 12-point cut

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Derby County ‘ s interim board of directors will appeal the 12-point deduction, an automatic penalty for taking control of the club.

Championship club Derby County have been deducte 12 points under English Football League ( EFL ) rules. After the club is taken over. As a result of the failed management of Mel Morris, the former owner of the club. Although Derby will appeal the point deduction, the EFL will confirm the 12-point deduction that dropped the Rams to the bottom of the table. until the appeal process is complete. The Derby, with Wayne Rooney as head coach since last season. Suffering from financial problems continued by Morris revealed that the club owes a lot. And having to spend a huge amount of 1.3 million pounds to 1.5 million pounds per month, which is why they filed a request for control of the club in September. Derby currently have just two points from their first 11 games, with wins 3, drawing 5 and losing 3. They originally had to have 14 points. But were deduct 12 points after being take over.