LFP delay admitting Alcorcon

Alcorcon have had their admission into the Segunda Division for next season temporarily delayed by the Spanish Football League.

The LFP’s President Javier Tebas confirmed earlier this week that the Madrid-based outfit were to face disciplinary proceedings for allegations of financial irregularities in recently converting to SAD status.

Currently the club are undergoing a second audit to check for such irregularities, on from which they and LFP will have eight days to submit cases before a decision is made.

Ahead of this, the LFP’s Executive Committee met today to assess all Primera and Segunda Division clubs’ financial situations with regards the tax authorities.

Approving the applications of all 20 Primera sides and 21 of the 22 Segunda teams, the LFP have provisionally left Alcorcon out of the list of teams submitted for the 2013-14 season, pending the outcome of the investigation.

CD Guadalajara have fallen foul of the League on this same matter already this year and will begin 2013-14 in Segunda B.

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