City deduction shocker means Newcastle to stay up?
By Fansonline staff
Saturday 06 Jun 2009 10:36:00
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It has just hit the news that Hull have been charged with fielding an unregistered player at the end of January 2009.

Apparently when they signed Kamil Zayatte from Young Boys for £2.5million on January 23 this year, there had been some irregularities with the transfer and he was not formerly registered when Hull drew 2-2 with West Brom.

West Brom have been awarded three points for that game instead of one but it has made no difference to them, they are still relegated.

However Hull have been stripped of their point, which puts them on the same points as Newcastle but with a poorer goal difference.

Newcastle have complained immediately and if our claim is upheld, Hull will be relegated retrospectively and the Toon will stay up! Article continues below

Carlsberg don’t do football news stories for delusional Geordies but if they did this would probably be the best football news story in the world!

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