Sheffield United insist their fight for justice over the Carlos Tevez affair is far from over.
The Blades lost the latest round to the Premier League on Friday after the High Court rejected their bid to force new disciplinary action against West Ham, however, the south Yorkshire club, whose relegation on the final day of the season cost an estimated £50million, are threatening to pursue action for compensation.
Club solicitor Paul Stothard said: "Sheffield United are not precluded from taking further action whether against the Premier League or West Ham. We have a long agenda of things we can do with regard to this - we are still on the first page. I think you can be fairly confident that things won´t rest there."
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