At a Wednesday meeting of the PZPN Club Licensing Appeals Committee, among others, Stal Mielec was summoned. We already know it has the expected effect, but the licensing will be under special supervision.
Stali Mielec fought to keep their place in PKO Ekstraklasa until the final round of the 2020/2021 season. Ultimately, this game was a success, and the team finished the match 15th – last safe place.
Meanwhile, there was a battle to get a license for the new season. Despite the failure of the first attempt, President Jacek reassured Klimek that everything was under control.
Club authorities have appealed and completed the lost documents. On Wednesday, it turned out the appeal was in effect – Stal got a license for the 2021/2022 season, but under financial oversight.
Below is part of the commission’s document regarding Stal Mielec:
With regard to Klopp Staley Melek, the committee decided the following:
– Ekstraklasa Games license granted in the 2021/2022 season with financial supervision;
– Supporting the decision not to grant a club a license to UEFA club competitions in connection with a breach of Standard F.04;
– Requiring the club to implement the settlements concluded with the players, within the time limits specified in the relevant settlements, without the possibility of postponing them again
– Imposing an obligation on the club to pay 15,000 PLN for breaching discipline in the licensing process. “
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