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THE advocate: ‘Decision-making process champions and was from the beginning crystal clear’

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THE advocate: ‘Decision-making process champions and was from the beginning crystal clear’

By 08-may-2020 18:09
08-05-20 at 18:09
Recent updated: 33 minutes ago
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The BOARD does not find that the decision-making process surrounding the end of the Premier league is unclear, it is has been. A lawyer Harro Knijff, who was the football association on Friday represented during the summary proceedings, in Utrecht, it has no respect for the criticism of the SC Cambuur and De Graafschap in the controversial vote in the run-up to the decision to not have promotion/relegation will apply.

The BOARD had to find a way to make it to season’s end and asked for all of the 34 clubs in the football at the end of april, prior to or at the promotion/relegation match. The 16 clubs were in for it, nine voted against, and nine of clubs are kept neutral at all times. That said, the Dutch fa (KNVB), as is well-known for ” the young degradanten have to point out.

That led, obviously, to anger, to Cambuur and De Graafschap, who are the number one and two on the right course layers, to be sent directly to the League to promote. These clubs do not understand why the BOARD takes a decision by a minority of people supported it, but according to a lawyer Knijff, they have no right to speak.