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Accession play-offs in National 3. FC Kronenbourg sanctioned but authorized to play the 2nd round of the play-offs

The Disciplinary Committee of the Grand Est Football League (LGEF) met this Saturday morning at the premises of Strasbourg-Hautepierre six days after the return match of the accession play-offs in N3 between FC Kronenbourg who received the Lorrains RC Champigneulles.

On June 12, in the 80th minute of play, when the Strasbourg players had just scored from the penalty spot to lead 2-1, the referee, hit by a projectile, decided to interrupt the game which never resumed.

A dozen people were heard this Saturday, in person and by videoconference. The FCK delegation was accompanied by a lawyer. The members of the Commission then withdrew to deliberate and write the minutes which were sent on Monday to those concerned.

Sanctions against the club

The match stopped in the 80th minute is won on green carpet (and by penalty) by RC Champigneulles. In the first leg (June 8), the two teams had drawn (1-1). The RCC thus reaches N3 where it joins Reims-Sainte-Anne, first qualified.

The FC Kronenbourg pitch is suspended for one match

The FCK is authorized to play the 2nd round of the play-offs where Jarville (Meurthe-et-Moselle) awaits it. The first leg will be played this Wednesday, June 22 (7:30 p.m.) behind closed doors and on neutral ground to be designated by the LGEF. The choice was made for the municipal stadium of Réding (Moselle).

The return match will take place on Sunday June 26 (3 p.m.) on the Jarville pitch.

The two meetings will be broadcast live on the social networks of the LGEF.

A fine of 500 euros is imposed on the FCK to which are added the costs of the file and the investigation as well as the fine linked to the sanction aimed at the captain of the FCK (see below). Total: €766.74

Sanction against the captain of FC Kronenbourg

Ramzi Cheaibi (expelled during this meeting of June 12 for a second warning) receives a fifteen-month suspension.

The club has two days to appeal to the Higher Appeal Commission of the French Football Federation.

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