EFL executive chair on Bury expulsion: "At what point do you stop?"

29 August 2019

Debbie Jevans
Photo: Getty Images Debbie Jevans, the EFL's executive chair, defends the Bury decision despite a flurry of late bidders emerging after Tuesday's final deadline.

The EFL's executive chair defends the decision to expel Bury in an interview with BBC Sport.

According to her, the way that Bury was run "was not correct."

She urges other clubs to look into salary caps to prevent them falling into financial trouble.

Jesper Elkjær Jensen jej@offthepitch.com

Debbie Jevans, the EFL's executive chair, was devastated by Bury's expulsion, she said in an interview with BBC Sport.

However, she defends the decision despite a flurry of late bidders emerging after Tuesday's final deadline.

"At what point in any situation do you say enough?" she asked.

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