The Bucharest Court of Appeals announced on Monday that a ruling in the case concerning Universitatea Craiova’s exclusion from the Romanian Football Federation (FRF) will be given on June 25, after the judge asked the lawyers to file the written conclusions of the indicters and the indicted. At the start of the court session, FRF’s lawyers had several objections, pointing to the absence of a lawyer from the Transylvania insolvency house, the judicial manager of the club owned by Adrian Mititelu. Likewise, they also asked for the case to be suspended because an arraignment started against the members of the FRF’s Executive Committee, the body that decided to temporarily disaffiliate the club. After all objections and the request were rejected by the judge, FRF jurist Adrian Stangaciu asked for the panel of judges to be replaced, arguing that information about the fact that a decision in the Universitatea Craiova case was about to be taken on Monday leaked to the press. One of the FRF lawyers pointed out before the judge that he suspects a possible prejudgment in this case and has doubts about the presiding judge’s impartiality.