Go up in court and save yourself in an office

Promotions to the ACB are an old problem that seemed resolved with the reduction of the fee and the signing of an agreement, but this course ran into the pandemic.

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Ni the mediation of the CSD has not facilitated an agreement between the ACB and the FEB to resolve the promotion of Gipuzkoa Basket to the highest category. He saw himself coming. Neither the ACB has consented to the expansion to 19 teams, in line with the vote against 17 of its 18 associates. Neither the FEB has agreed to reduce the LEB Gold places next year to a single promotion. There the matter has stalled. Now the Basque club will go to court to request the precautionary suspension of the Endesa League and its rapid incorporation. Just in case it has also been registered in the LEB, because the courts do not always settle with that speed. Or if not, tell Obradoiro, who descended in 1990 and returned to ACB in 2009, after winning a lengthy process for a complaint of improper alignment. Also the Tizona Burgos (not to be confused with the current Burgos) initiated a legal dispute after two failed promotions, which it still maintains, and achieved a first step with the cancellation of the abusive ACB canon by the National Market Commission and Competition.

When dialogue fails, the courts always remain. Basketball knows them well. Promotions to the ACB are an old problem that seemed resolved with the reduction of the fee and the signing of an agreement, but this course stumbled upon an extra ingredient: the pandemic. Most Spanish leagues canceled the declines and kept the promotions with the expansion of their tournaments to avoid conflicts, but basketball did not do so, with different organizers. The ACB suppressed the declines because only 23 of the 34 days of the regular league had been disputed, which saved the Students for the third time in the offices. The FEB, however, approved the promotions with only 24 games held out of the 34 planned. This is one of the ACB's philosophical arguments. And now a judge will break tie.



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