The RFEF judge gives three business days for allegations

The extraordinary disciplinary file opened by the RFEF Competition Committee is already underway and is in the allegations phase for the clubs that have filed complaints before the postponement of the Deportivo-Fuenlabrada match, which are Dépor, Elche, Rayo Vallecano and Numancia.

The investigating judge of the Federation has given three working days to present allegations to those involved, including Fuenlabrada. That term has started this Friday and will run until next Tuesday. So, As of Wednesday, the federative entity could meet to issue a verdict on the case. An appeal will be filed against that resolution before the TAD.

The clubs that are not satisfied with the break of the unified day denounce possible breaches of the disciplinary code of the RFEF by the Fuenlabrada. After analyzing its arguments, the Federation decided on Wednesday “to initiate the disciplinary procedure,” as confirmed by the RFEF. The open file involved the appointment of an instructor, who has transferred it to the interested clubs so that they can expand their allegations.

Real Zaragoza, Almería and Girona are waiting to know the dates to play the playoff, as well as Elche that has worked Thursday and Friday, and has given rest until Monday, at 7:00 p.m. The Fuenlabrada squad was unable to resume their training due to the coronavirus misfortune. All the players who traveled to La Coruña are isolated in a hotel and those who did not move, in Madrid.