Officials of Stade Bertoua FC have appealed the indefinite suspension of the Bertoua Municipal stadium pronounced by the Homologation and disciplinary Commission of the Cameroon football (FECAFOOT) last week after the body’s findings about the game.
The institution in charge of disciplinary issues related to FECAFOOT competitions also levied a fine of two million FCFA on Stade Bertoua FC due to unwanted events that occurred during and after the game.
Latest development reaching us have it that Stade officials activated the five days appeal option and refused to travel to Yaoundé to play their last game of the season against promotion rivals Dynamo.
The East Region outfit are cautious of the fact that a win against Dynamo at home in the last playing day coupled with the decision to suspend AS Lausanne could amount to promotion to the Elite One championship for the first time in their history.
Earlier on kick442.com reported that these appeals account for the change of the date of match day 26 matches from May 3 to 10 in order to give the litigation bodies sufficient time to thoroughly go through the different files and make a final decision before the final round of matches which will determine which team joins Victoria United in Elite One and the club to join TKC and OFTA in graduating to the third tier championships in their respective regions.
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