What are Everton fan's protest plans? Toffees supporters plan to show anger towards Premier League after point deduction

Everton fans, understandably, are very angry with the Premier League after they were deducted ten points for one Financial Fair Play breach.

As a result, the Toffees have united and have plenty of protest plans prepared against the top-flight ahead of the club’s return to action.

Sean Dyche has been left in a relegation battle when his side were clear of danger

Everton have launched an appeal against the deduction, which has plunged them from midtable safety into the relegation zone.

It’s a tricky situation, and the club’s fans are going to make their feelings towards the Premier League very clear.

What are Everton fan’s protest plans?

Toffee supporters’ protest consists of multiple elements.

The first is a planned meeting outside of the Premier League’s London headquarters on Friday, November 24.

It’s unclear how many Evertonians will be there, but it’s just the start.

On Saturday, November 25, during Manchester City‘s game against Liverpool, live on talkSPORT, a group of Everton fans are planning to fly a plane over the Etihad with a message for the Premier League.

It’s unknown what it will say, but it will be a clear statement for the world.

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Everton fan group the 1878s said in a statement on X, formerly known as Twitter: "We have had a lot of requests asking for a plane to be flown over Goodison on Sunday, with a message to the PL.

"Due to our kick off time, it will be dark. So instead a plane will fly over The Etihad on Saturday for City v Liverpool which will be watched by millions around the world. Once the banner is made from the company we can release a picture of this."

Everton then welcome Manchester United to Goodison Park on Sunday, November 26, and it’s going to be an electric atmosphere.

The Toffees plan to roar their side on while also slamming the Premier League at every opportunity.

Thirty-eight thousand cards have been printed off, with the Premier League’s logo and the words ‘corrupt’ underneath them, and fans are expected to raise them in unison.

In total, £40,000 has been collected to fund these demonstrations, and supporters are likely to boo the top-flight’s anthem.

Sky Sports have also been told Everton fans plan to chant ‘Premier League corrupt as f***’ in the tenth minute, report the Times.

As a result, the broadcaster are reportedly going to lower the crowd noise or find some way to distort it.

So Everton fans have plenty of things planned, and that’s probably just the start.

It’s hard to imagine they will stop after one round of protests and are likely to pile even more pressure on the Premier League in the coming weeks.