ProLiga denounces that the RFEF excludes aid to those who promoted Third in 2019

first_img“ProLiga and the affected clubs do not leave their astonishment when observing that the RFEF has published on February 10, 2020, that is, with the Cup competition already in the semifinals, a Resolution on granting aid in which they would be left without the right to perceive those Third clubs that last season were in the lower category “, criticized the association presided by David Jiménez. She recalled that, after reviewing the general and specific requirements issued by the RFEF before starting the competition, “there is no condition that to be a beneficiary of aid to clubs that participate in the Copa del Rey in the 19/20 Season , they must have militated in Third in the 18/19 “and that neither” there is any reference to the exclusion of clubs for not having militated in Third “last year.“Moreover, in view of the data published by the RFEF itself on its official website on the aid granted this season for participating in the Cup, the total amount allocated is 693,100 euros, when the budget in the Program was 1,191. 00 euros, “added ProLiga. In this sense, and “in defense of the rights of the clubs, it will require leaving the resolution dated January 10, as well as distributing the money among all participating Third Clubs without exclusion and, at the same time, the full distribution of the money budgeted before starting the competition “. The ProLiga association, which brings together 240 clubs from Second B and Third Division, He regretted on Wednesday that the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has excluded several Third Clubs from financial aid for playing the Copa del Rey for not belonging to that category last season. “The RFEF surprises by excluding Third Clubs from economic aid for playing the current Copa del Rey in breach of its audiovisual rights suprogram,” Proliga said in a statement. ProLiga warns that “it will legally support almost a dozen Third Clubs that have been surprised” after receiving from the RFEF this exclusion of financial aid “provided in the rules of the 19/20 calls for Third Clubs” despite to all those affected “meet all the required formal requirements and, of course, have disputed some qualifying round of the said competition in the current season.”last_img

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