On December 14, 2020, the Licensing Management sent a statement to Lima Alliance with a negative response to the claim presented regarding the penalty imposed by the Licensing Commission on Carlos Stein. According to the Blue and White club, the Lambayecan team should have received points deduction and thus remained in the relegation zone.
When they did not receive an answer in which the reason was given, because they did not have “legitimacy to act” (according to the document), the intimate friends decided to appeal to the Court as a necessary step prior to the next step: take the claim to CAS .
This Wednesday, January 13, Lima Alliance received the Court’s response. In the document, he is given a period of 72 hours to present the arguments for which he is considered to be directly involved in the Carlos Stein process. That is to say, that it shows that it has legitimacy to act. If the Court considers that these arguments are valid, it will start the investigation.
Meanwhile, the Blue and White leadership already arms the team planning their participation in League 2 2021. So far, the reinforcements presented are Yordi Vílchez and Edhu Oliva.