ASSE and Nice are doing well, Angers sees its wage bill framed

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Always a delicate examination, the passage before the Control Commission of Professional Clubs of the DNCG is often dreaded. Currently, the clubs are seeing their situation reexamined and five clubs have seen their situation be peeled. AS Saint-Étienne which is pending sale and OGC Nice saw the DNCG not take any action against them.

The situation is exactly the same for the Stade Malherbe de Caen which plays in Ligue 2. On the other hand, the SCO d’Angers club sees its payroll and transfer allowances be framed just like the Orleans club which plays in the National 1.

The verdict of the DNCG:

DNCG: STATEMENT OF DECISIONS OF NOVEMBER 25, 2021

As part of the review of the situation of clubs for the 2021-2022 sporting season, the Professional Clubs Control Commission took the following decisions in application of article 11 of the DNCG Regulations:

LEAGUE 1 UBER EATS

AS SAINT-ETIENNE, OGC NICE

No action taken with regard to the club by the DNCG

ANGERS SCO

Supervision of the payroll and transfer payments

LEAGUE 2 BKT

MALHERBE CAEN STADIUM

No action taken with regard to the club by the DNCG

NATIONAL 1

US ORLEANS

Supervision of the wage bill and transfer payments


This report allows you to take note of the decisions of the Control Commission of Professional Clubs which are given for information; it does not replace the full reasoned decision which is notified to the clubs.

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