The FFF agrees to keep Bordeaux in Ligue 2

The Girondins can breathe a big sigh of relief. Downgraded to National by the DNCG on June 14 – decision confirmed on appeal on July 5 – the Bordeaux club will play well in L2 this season. Meeting this Wednesday, the executive committee of the FFF followed the recommendations of the National Olympic and Sports Committee and voted the reinstatement of the Girondins in L2.

“The FFF executive committee asks the National Management Control Department of professional clubs (DNCG) to convene FC Girondins de Bordeaux to judge any immediate monitoring and control measures against itspecifies the press release from the FFF. The FFF executive committee also asks the DNCG to exercise reinforced and regular financial control of the club during the 2022-2023 season. »

A doubt about the Bordeaux-Valenciennes outfit on Saturday?

It now remains to be seen whether Bordeaux will start its season well this Saturday, with the reception of Valenciennes at 7 p.m., as was initially planned in the official L2 calendar published on June 17. The LFP has since withdrawn the meeting from the program, on the competition site, pending a final decision on the future of the Girondins.

Gérard Lopez, president and owner of Bordeaux, has already announced on Twitter that he will offer Girondins supporters the places for this meeting, in gratitude for the popular mobilization around the club in recent weeks.


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