FIFA has suspended the recruitment ban in Angers until further notice.
On April 30, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee sanctioned the Paris FC and Angers SCO a fine of 30,000 Swiss francs and a ban on recruitment for the next transfer window due to a ” relay transfer Suspected. The body decided to react following the transfer of the midfielder Kevin Bemanga between the PFC (L2) and Angers in the summer of 2020.
The Angevins had declared ” study the various existing remedies “And” seize the FIFA appeals committee as soon as possible in order to assert their right “. The club denounced a ” unfounded, unexpected and disproportionate decision because it was taken in the absence of any evidence “.
In a press release published on Monday, Angers indicates that it has ” wanted to know the reasons for this decision “And” following this request, FIFA reverses the FFF as well as the club of the suspension of this decision as of this day, until notification of the reasons for the said decision. “.
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– Angers SCO (@AngersSCO) May 3, 2021
The club is not yet fully authorized to recruit. The Angevins owe the elements of the file which led to the sanction and then the new notification from FIFA. For its part, Paris FC has not communicated on the new rebound in this affair.