Sport The LFP urges Saint-Etienne to reinstate Ruffier, the club appeals

11:20  27 october  2020
11:20  27 october  2020 Source:   sport24.lefigaro.fr

The big blow attempted by Saint-Etienne

 The big blow attempted by Saint-Etienne © Supplied by Sports.fr Several other arrivals are expected this summer. Determined to recruit a top striker, AS Saint-Etienne have not only worked on the loan of M’Baye Niang since the summer transfer window closed. The managers of Saint-Etienne spared no effort this summer. Despite a very limited room for maneuver, the fault of finances in the red, the Greens recorded no less than five reinforcements.

Clubs face playing every three days to allow enough time for relegation and promotion play-offs. He revealed in an Instagram post that he had no underlying health issues and urged everyone to stay at home. The club 's first team went into self-isolation, while two buildings at their training ground in

View Stéphane Ruffier profile on Yahoo Sports. Wesley Fofana urges Saint - Etienne to sell him to Leicester. Talking to French paper L'Equipe The Marseille-born 19-year-old is highly regarded and has also attracted the interest of fellow Premier League club Everton, as well as Serie A giants Milan.

  La LFP enjoint Saint-Etienne de réintégrer Ruffier, le club fait appel © Panoramic

AS Saint-Étienne announced on Monday that it is appealing the decision of the legal committee of the Professional Football League (LFP) ordering him to reinstate goalkeeper Stéphane Ruffier, excluded from the group since July. In a statement, ASSE said that Ruffier, 34, was dismissed from his requests concerning the challenge of the disciplinary sanctions imposed on him. "The committee felt that it was not up to it to rule on their merits or even to assess their proportionality", writes the club. However, AS Saint-Étienne indicates to appeal after the legal commission "demanded the reinstatement" of the doorman "while he has never been sidelined". The Forézien club "intends to reaffirm that the player benefits, in strict compliance with the provisions of the Professional Football Charter, from the same training conditions as all of his teammates and that he can participate in as many sessions, if not more. than previous seasons. "

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LIVERPOOL have sent scouts to watch Saint Etienne goalkeeper Stephane Ruffier . Ruffier has made 26 appearances for St Etienne across all competitions this season and is contracted to the club until the summer of 2021.

St Etienne XI: Ruffier , Malcuit, Theophile-Catherine, Perrin, Pogba (Beric), Pajot (Selnaes), Veretout, Saivet Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored his 17th career hat-trick ( club /country) and his 2nd in European club The Saint Etienne player looked to go down far too easily but there wasn't much difference

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This season, Claude Puel announced that Ruffier would not be integrated into the trio of goalkeepers in the professional workforce, made up of Jessy Moulin, Stefan Bagic and Étienne Green, a choice he reaffirmed on October 16. In July, Ruffier was the subject of a six-day disciplinary layoff with payroll deduction "for act of insubordination", a delay in training that the player disputes. Stéphane Ruffier, who enjoys one of the highest salaries in the professional workforce (approximately 2.8 million euros annually) has been in dispute with ASSE since February 23 after the decision of general manager Claude Puel to put him to rest for the Ligue 1 match against Reims (1-1). This decision had provoked the anger of his agent Patrick Glanz who had attacked Puel harshly. In response, club management sued Mr. Glanz.

This summer, Puel had affirmed that Stéphane Ruffier would have informed him of his refusal to be the understudy of Moulin, appointed goalkeeper number 1, which the person concerned denied, supporting, by a press release from his lawyer, that one had never offered him the role of number 2. Ruffier is at the end of his contract on June 30th.

After Mediapro, another bad payer for the Professional Football League .
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