The AIK missed the opportunity to play at home in Friends Arena when they crossed 0-0 against Gif Sundsvall on Sunday. Now everything is settled on Sunday when the Gnaget is up against Kalmar FF at the Guldfågeln Arena.
The question is whether Enoch Kofi Adu is back. The midfielder was diverted to Sundsvall, having turned red shortly after three minutes for Östersund. Adu arrived with his legs stretched out in a duel and stamped Rewan Amin on the thigh.
"He has no power in the situation. It made me think it would be yellow, but it was red, "said Jon Persson, a C Mores commentator.
A combined shutdown will automatically be on a red card. After that, a player may receive additional game suspension. At 16:30 on Tuesday the SvFF Disciplinary Council met, the first message was that Adus's fate should be resolved at that time.
"Then let's get him (expulsion)," said Vice President Göran Nilsson to the Football Channel.
But now a new message arrives. The process has been completed and a Monday may already be a decision.
"Sometimes it's faster than you thought." We have come so far that they rotate an email, but no decision is made. It can be today, says Göran Nilsson.
The decision of the Disciplinary Board is instead "per capsulam", which means that members can do their evaluation by mail.
"We prefer all members to respond, but they do not need it." What I know, not everyone has done so far, but we are likely to reach a decision late in the afternoon, says Göran Nilsson.
Nilsson believes that the decision was taken by AIK as soon as possible to make a decision.
"It will make it easier for the association to know as soon as possible and be able to prepare.
Adu could be an extra heavy break for AIK on Sunday as the team was forced to finish without Kristoffer Olsson and both Sebastian Larsson and Panos Dimitriadis suffer from injury problems and can miss. In addition, goalkeeper Oscar Linnér, who missed the meeting with Giffarna, still has a lukewarm problem.