Javier Thebes, president of LaLiga


Thebes 'points out' Eduard Romeu for constructing "manipulated stories"

Published:17/10/2021 - 18:27h

Updated:17/10/2021 - 18:28h

The president of LaLiga, Javier Tebas, has sent a 'dart' to the economic vice president of Barça, Eduard Romeu, for 'manipulating' the economic situation of the Catalans

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Javier Thebes, president of LaLiga, has attacked directly to the economic vice-president of the FC Barcelona by his last statements to the newspaper 'The World', with which aimed to the patronal by not having 'supervised' as it was owed the financial situation of the Barcelona entity, that in this moment is critical. Eduard Romeu signalled, in concrete, that to where looked the League? Because this situation is not of a day. It does not come of 7 March (date in which Joan Laporta wins the elections). The League has responsibility, like minimum, as supervisory".

In front of the indictment, the costarricense took his official account of Twitter and answered directly to the director culé: "Sr Romeu, the League looked here. Read the note of does days on the situation of the FC Barcelona. It leave to build relatos manipulated (crisis, CVC...). I repeat him, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona are 40% aprox. No 90% of the figure of business of the League. A lot of errors for so much charge".

In the publication, Thebes does reference to the analysis of the economic situation of the FC Barcelona, with which desvela that the losses of the club have been infladas by the board of Joan Laporta, remembering that from the Camp Nou have desvelado that the mount reaches the 481 million euros and that 283 'kilos' correspond to the "reflection of the deterioration of the value of market of the staff, as well as by atypical provisions".

In the report that Thebes attaches in his publication in Twitter, establishes that the Barça has fulfilled with the Regulation of economic Control and that the club does not have "defeated debts with employees, clubs and Public Administrations, neither complaints of non-payment to players". As well as that the cost of the Barcelona staff was until the season 2019/2020 inside the limit, standing out only the excess of 3,6% in the 18-19, which was sanctioned although the countable result continued being favourable.

The reality of the Barça, according to the report of LaLiga

Of the same way, establishes that the Barça has presented profits after taxes "ininterrumpidamente" since it went in in force the Economic Control, in the 2013-14, until the 2018-19. "Specifically, it accumulates a generation of profits after the seasons of 120 million euros". Of the indicator of net debt, the Barça had reflected a "position more favoravles that the average of the clubs in LaLiga, although suffering an accused deterioration from the season 2019-20".

Likewise, in the last two exercises (2019-20 and 2020-21), affected by the Covid-19, has comported a "descent of the figure of businesses regarding the 18-19 (-128M € in 2019/2020 and -261M € in 2020/2021) and of the profits by traspasos (-10M € in 2019/2020 and -88M € in 2020/2021, with regard to the average of the previous 5 seasons; descent that reaches -39M € and -123M € if it compares with the average of the previous 3 seasons)".

From LaLiga establish that "of this direct impact of severe reduction of the income, in 2020/2021 the result has seen affected significantly (-283M €, almost 60% of the total losses of -481M €) by the reflection of the deterioration of value of market of the staff, as well as by atypical provisions".

Finally, the patronal stood out that "the conjoint effect of the impact of the COVID-19 in the operations of exploitation, the loss of profit of traspaso of jugadores and the countable register of the deterioration and provisions in the seasons 2019/2020 and 2020/2021, is around the 500 million Euros".

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