Burnley boss Vincent Kompany refuses to be drawn on Everton's potential 12-point deduction
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Reports have emerged in The Telegraph this week that the Toffees could be docked 12 points for financial fair play charges.
A disciplinary hearing began last week, with a decision anticipated later in the year.
A deduction of 12 points would see Everton drop from their current position of 16th, on seven points, to the foot of the table on -5.
Given Burnley’s lowly position in the table, sitting inside the bottom three after losing seven of their opening nine games, a points deduction for a potential relegation rival would certainly be of interest.
But when asked if Everton’s situation is something he or the club are keeping an eye on, Kompany played a straight bat.
“It has absolutely nothing to do with anything I can affect,” he said.
The Clarets will be reunited with Dyche on Wednesday night when they make the trip to Goodison Park for their Carabao Cup fourth round tie.
It will be the first time Burnley have faced their old boss following his sacking in April 2022.
Everton will use the occasion to pay tribute to Bill Kenwright in their first home fixture following the sad death of the club’s chairman.
The acclaimed West End theatre and film producer died earlier this week at the age of 78.