The French first division team responded Friday night to Mouscron’s messages. Hainaut 1B identified Lille as the cause of the club’s current financial weakness in a statement on Tuesday. “We can’t be blamed for anything,” it sounds like in the Northern France club. Lille broke the cooperation agreement with Mouscron at the end of last season.
“There was a clause in our agreement with Mouscron that gives the two parties the opportunity to make a decision at the end of each season not to continue cooperating,” said Amadou Onana, the Belgian international. We activated this clause at the end of the 2020-2021 season. We can’t be blamed for that.” Lille gave each season a contribution of four million euros to Mouscron.
Mouscron divided the sands for the seventh time in eight years at the Belgian Football Association’s licensing committee last month. She did not get a professional license and went to the Belgian Court of Arbitration for Sport (BAS). This she will make her statement on Tuesday. Mouscron announced, on Tuesday, that it had paid the wage arrears for the months of March and April.
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