Hearts & Partick Thistle billed by SFA for relegation lawful circumstance

Hearts & Partick Thistle charged by SFA for relegation legal case
The SFA has established a date of 6 August for the disciplinary situation

Hearts and Partick Thistle say they are “incredulous” that the Scottish FA has billed them for having authorized motion to overturn their relegations.

A court docket referred their case in opposition to the SPFL to arbitration which is owing acquire position in the coming times.

The SFA claims that by not making use of arbitration in the very first occasion, the clubs breached its principles.

Hearts, relegated from the Premiership, and Thistle, from the Championship, want SFA proceedings to be delayed.

The governing human body has established a day of 6 August for the disciplinary circumstance to be listened to.

“We are incredulous to have acquired a discover of grievance from the SFA in the instances,” their joint statement explained.