POSTING | In response to the granting of the injunction by the TAD following the allegations made by Rayo Vallecano, the RFEF Competition Committee has resolved to postpone the dispute of the second part of the #RayoAlbacete scheduled for Wednesday, February 19. pic.twitter.com/8u9Cbq8O2c– LaLiga (@LaLiga) February 15, 2020 Rayo Vallecano-Albacete, suspended by insults to the Ukrainian striker of the La Mancha, Zozulia, has been postponed again. Last week Appeal dismissed the appeal of the franjirrojo club and confirmed the sanction of 18,000 euros and the closure for two games at the bottom of the Vallecas stadium. The match was set for next Wednesday, the 19th, just ten days after the second leg, but the TAD (Sports Arbitration Court) has granted the precaution to Rayo and has postponed the match again without announcing a new date. The League announced the decision through a tweet: “In response to the granting of the precautionary by the TAD following the allegations made by Rayo Vallecano, the RFEF Competition Committee has resolved to postpone the dispute of the second part of the # RayoAlbacete scheduled for Wednesday, February 19. ”The complicated relationship between Zozulia and Vallecas began three years ago, when Lightning signed the striker, who was then playing at Betis. The team’s followers rejected the Ukrainian for allegedly posing with Nazi and fascist symbology. At the end, Zozulia resigned to stay in Madrid club and returned to Betis where he remained without playing the rest of the season. The player returned to Vallecas to play the game on December 15, but referee López Toca suspended him during the break “as a result of the display of banners and the songs delivered by a sector of the local fans against Zozulia”.