Football

Blades eye big-money compensation

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Sheffield United could seek up to £50million if they go to the High Court in a bid to claim compensation after relegation from the Premier League.

The South Yorkshire club are claiming an arbitration panel made an "error in law" by not ordering a new disciplinary commission to deal with West Ham for breaching league rules when they signed Carlos Tevez.

United, relegated from the top flight on the final day of last season, believe the Hammers should have been docked points for breaching league rules on third-party agreements.

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