The SC Bastia said Tuesday, June 30 be under the threat of demotion to Ligue 2 by the National Management Control Directorate (DNCG ), the financial policeman of French football, failing to have on the spot of the proceeds from the sale of Ryad Boudebouz in Montpellier to offset a liability of € 1.3 million.
” On June 23, our club was heard by the DNCG “, which demanded ” financial guarantees to the tune of 1.3 million euros “ says the Corsican club said in a statement.
Bastia then said to have provided the DNCG “the written agreement and unequivocally” concerning the transfer of Montpellier for 1.7 million euros, its Algerian international midfielder 25, Ryad Boudebouz. A sum “well above the required guarantee” falls Bastia.
“Now the DNCG decided not to settle for this piece, by requiring the financial flow be immediately realized, to allow SCB to evolve in Ligue 1 next season “ says Bastia. The Corsican club said he “seized urgently the appeal board” of the proceedings “to whom it will provide in the coming hours the accounting and banking proof of transfer” Boudebouz.
Relations between SC Bastia, twelfth last year in Ligue 1, and national football authorities have been very tight this season. The club has deplored severe sanctions against him, especially after the suspension of Brazilian Brandao for a head hard blow in late August Parisien Thiago Motta, or that of its stage of Furiani for a firm match after incidents during a match against Nice.
Bastia also accused the president of the Professional Football League (LFP), Frederic Thiriez of “anti-Corsican racism” , because of his refusal to go down on the lawn to greet the players before the final of the League Cup against Paris lost by Bastia (4-0), as yet provides the protocol.
In the background, the Corsican club criticizes the LFP not access its wish to May 5, a day without match in France, in memory of the catastrophe of Furiani, who had eighteen died on 5 May 1992.