Amiens have started excellent complaints for his or her “unjust” relegation after France’s Ligue 1 season used to be ended early thanks to the coronavirus disaster.
Paris St-Germain had been awarded the title last month, with Amiens and Toulouse relegated, after the French authorities cancelled the 2019-20 sporting season.
Amiens had been 19th in the desk, four factors in the back of Nimes and 10 factors sooner than Toulouse, with 10 video games to play.
Club president Bernard Joannin stated they might battle the “unfair choice”.
He stated in a news conference: “We get that this choice goes against sporting fairness. The choice is a punishment from the league. It is unjust.
“We have been pressured into combating, into going to court docket to are trying to overturn this unfair choice.”
Earlier this month, Amiens launched a petition asking that the league’s governing body, Ligue de Football Professionnel, rethink its choice to relegate the 2 sides and as one more have 22 teams somewhat than 20 in the top division in 2020-21.
This would include Lorient and Lens, who were promoted from Ligue 2.
Club licensed expert Christophe Bertrand stated: “We’re no longer contesting the selection to terminate the season. That’s no longer truly the article of these complaints. It might most likely per chance seemingly be a runt contaminated.
“On the opposite hand, what we’re contesting are the penalties of the selections that had been taken.”