Points penalty 'disgusts' Warnock

04 February 2010 07:57
The financially-troubled Championship club were placed into administration last week despite the best efforts of chairman Simon Jordan to secure fresh investment.[LNB]They incurred an automatic 10-point penalty as a result and are now facing a relegation scrap rather than competing for promotion.[LNB]Warnock is frustrated by what has happened, particularly as it only gave him a few days to make changes to his squad before the transfer deadline.[LNB]"To lose 10 points for the sake of that I find disgusting personally because I know what Simon has been through," Warnock told Sky Sports News.[LNB]"For the last 12 or 18 months he has tried like hell to get rid of it.[LNB]"The timing I can't accept, five or six days before the transfer window ended, I can't understand it."[LNB]Palace's administrators were forced to sell star striker Victor Moses to Wigan to help the club, while they also wanted to accept an offer from Wolves for Nathaniel Clyne.[LNB]The defender opted to stay at Selhurst Park and Warnock believes he made the right decision.[LNB]He added: "Nathaniel Clyne was more or less asked to go to Wolves but it wasn't the right career move for him. He wants to play football."[LNB][LNB] Scunthorpe 6/4, Crystal Palace 7/4, Draw 12/5  

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