Cerdanyola remains in the vacant position in Group V
Águilas FC comes out definitively in the Third Division. The RFEF continues to work in fits and starts, putting out fires in the preparation of the groups, even with the competitions started, and the non-registration of the International DUX of Madrid has caused a dance of squares that, again, opened the possibility that the Eagles played in Second RFEF.
After escaping the possibility of taking the place of the extinct Extremadura, which eventually remained Estepona for 512,000 euros, the situation with the DUX opened another door. The Madrid club, which did not play against Deportivo de la Coruña on the first day of the First Federation last weekend, failed to meet the minimum number of players and coaching staff within the deadline set by the Federation.
This has resulted in Talavera being the club to take its place in the First Federation, creating yet another vacancy in the Second RFEF. Cerdanyola and Águilas were, in this order, best placed to return to the fourth step of Spanish football. According to sources consulted by LA VERDAD, the RFEF has asked the club chaired by Alfonso García to provide all the necessary documentation to formalize its registration in Group V of the Second RFEF, as there were doubts as to whether Cerdanyola had expressed interest in the vacancy within the deadline. . period of time.
When the bid was opened for the Extremadura vacancy, also in Group V, Alfonso García had doubts because of the long journeys to have to compete every two weeks in Extremadura or Madrid, in a group that also included Socuéllamos, Melilla, Gimnástica Segoviana and Atlético El Paso, from the Canary Island of La Palma.
The Aquiline president was actually going to bid for just over 250,000 euros in the Extremadura square allotment, but Estepona paid the requested amount a term before de guilas came into play. Cerdanyola, for her part, has always stated that the place corresponded to her sports law and that she would not pay that amount.
On the morning of this Friday, after the RFEF’s announcement to give Cerdanyola 24 hours to complete its registration in the category, the Catalan club itself announced on its social networks that it would participate in the Second RFEF. In this way, Águilas will definitely play in Group XIII of the Third Division.
Although the case already seems closed, at least as far as the Águilas are concerned, it seems that there are more problems between the DUX and the Spanish Federation as the Madrid club accuses the RFEF of registering players to compete, at least , in Second RFEF. Events can continue to unfold over the next few days, with the end of the summer showing the cracks the Federation has in the management of its leagues.
Source: La Verdad