The RFEF has opened a file against Móstoles, of the Madrid Third Division, for playing with players who should save forty after a positive. The match against Villaverde de San Andrés began this morning at the El Soto stadium, but was suspended at half-time when the result was 1-0.
The local club alleged the following in a statement hours later: “Before starting the game, the Móstoles CF Protocol Compliance Delegate, communicated this situation to the party’s referee, who was not aware of any postponement of the game and proceeded to dispute it.” Móstoles CF holds the RFFM or RFEF responsible for the situation: “Any type of responsibility derived from the suspension of the meeting is attributable to the Royal Football Federation of Madrid or the Royal Spanish Football Federation, in any case, Móstoles CF has acted in good faith and scrupulously complying with the protocol of action for the return of official competitions at the state level and non-professional of the RFEF “.
COMMUNICATION | We want to announce to our fans and supporters the following statement after the suspension of the match at halftime. pic.twitter.com/wlW6M4Srpq
– Móstoles CF (@Mostoles_cf) November 15, 2020
Likewise, Villaverde has made the decision to suspend training until the RFEF or the authorities make a decision.