THE DIALOGUE WOULD BE THE SOLUTION
The clubs approach positions with the Government so as not to paralyze LaLiga
Published:17/10/2022 - 16:48h
Updated:17/10/2022 - 16:48h
After meeting with government representatives, the presidents of the clubs that make up the Delegate Commission have dismissed the idea of going on strike due to the withdrawal of seven 'anti-Superliga' amendments to the new Sports Law
The retreat of seven amendments of the project of the new Law of the Sport caused the unrest of 39 of the 42 clubs of LaLiga in front of what considered like an action in favour of the clubs that are in favour of the creation of a Superliga European, that would have green light to carry out the initiative, since the new legal text would not establish any type of restrictions for this type of actions.
In fact, the entities in question amenzaron with going to a strike . However, lto situation has calmed and from the clubs consider to exhaust other instances in procures of agreements with the authorities. This change of posture has been consequence of the last meetings in which the complaints of the representatives have been attended and expect to find a just solution.
Like this it has manifested it the president of the Seville, José Castro, desestimando for the moment the option to paralyse the activity: "they have listened Us. The new law would prejudice us to the clubs and can not it allow. We expect and we wish that it resolve . They have listened us and they go to try resolve the problems. If it is necessary to take another decision, will take it, but do not begin the house by the roof".
In the meeting have been present the presidents of the Alavés, Athletic, Cádiz, Eibar, Getafe, Huesca, Raise, Lugo, Seville, Tenerife and Villarreal, integral of the Commission Delegated, as well as the general directors of the Betis, the Real Sociedad and The Palms, the president of LaLiga, Javier Thebes in front of governmental representatives like Miquel Iceta, minister of Culture and Sport, and José Manuel Franco, president of the Upper Council of Sports.
The message of the Government to the clubs
From the Executive, in accordance with the statements collected by the newspaper 'ACE', a spokesman of the Government has urged to the clubs to reflexionar on this subject and not to precipitate in this type of actions and bet by a peaceful road to find a solution from the dialogue between the parts: "it is not a good formula attend to a meeting with previous threats".