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Man United could face points deduction after fans forced postponement of their game with Liverpool

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Manchester United could face a points deduction after fans forced the postponement of their Premier League fixture with Liverpool.

Under Premier League rules, points can be deducted where a club fails to ensure the safety of players and staff, as well as entry and exit from the ground.



PREMIER LEAGUE Premier League handbook sets out the requirement on clubs to provide a secure environment for players and officials in Rule K14.K.14.



The FA and Premier League have between them plenty of rules that cover the postponement of matches and the safety of players and staff, which will now be examined by the authorities and the club.



Deduct points scored or to be scored in League Matches or such other matches as are referred to in Rule W.49.

In a statement Manchester United said: 'Following discussion between the Police, The Premier League, Trafford Council and the clubs, our match against Liverpool has been postponed due to safety and security considerations around the protest today.

The Premier League also issued a statement after the game was called off.


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