On Wednesday morning, the FFF’s Executive Committee decided to annul LFP’s decision to move to 22 clubs in L2 next season.
The decision by the FFF’s Executive Committee was eagerly awaited on Wednesday. It fell at the end of the morning. And it will not please everyone. As L’Equipe explains, the French Federation’s comex voted Wednesday morning against the decision of the General Assembly of the Professional Football League (LFP), which decided May 20 last year to spend the season next to 22 clubs in Ligue 2.
Return to the starting point for Le Mans and Orléans
The L2 championship therefore remains at 20 clubs today. As for Le Mans (19th) and Orleans (20th), which were upheld following the LFP’s decision, they found themselves returned to National after the vote by the FFF’s coming Wednesday morning.
They will certainly turn to the French National Olympic and Sports Committee (CNOSF) to question this decision.