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Below is an extract from the letter from the Federación de Peñas Malaguistas sent to Sheikh Al Thani translated from Spanish to English by Google.

The complete, original version can be found on http://www.federaciondepeñasmalaguistas.es
http://www.federaciondepeñasmalaguistas.es/node/325

A football club, regardless of the category in which it operates, must be managed professionally, with hard and efficient work on a day-to-day basis and not be subject

to the neglect and abandonment of those who, despite being the owners of the property of the same, they believe to have patent of privateering to capitalize the feelings of thousands of fans.

We want to make it very clear, that our complaint is directed towards the management of the 'owners', who from a distance, as if it were a videogame console, they mismanage the entity and not, almost, all the people who work within of the club, most of the time 'tied hand and foot' and without any decision-making capacity in the search for solutions,

The obligation of ownership, in this case the Al-Thani family, is to be surrounded by
qualified professionals, who know what is going on between the 'backstage and
the stages' of the world of football, with non-interference clauses for the duration of
their contract and that be able to return the Malaguista ship to the port that should never have left, speaking clearly, the immediate appointment of a DIRECTOR-GENERAL with command in place and not require magnificent professionals, in other areas, the role of functions other than those contracted in your moment

For all of which, from the Federation of Peñas Malaguistas, we call all supporters and fans to go massively to La Rosaleda, with an important exception is that they do not enter the stadium, until the beginning of the second part and that from the outside they shout with more force than ever

¡MÁLAGA, MÁLAGA, MÁLAGA !!

Once inside the field, show our unanimous rejection to everything that happened during this unfortunate season, within the channels of respect, and make it very clear that those who have put on our shirts have the obligation to 'die' for it and for their shield and not, week after week, have tainted them with their indolence and laziness, for malachista affliction, being aware that generalizing always brings injustices.

Also show our anger towards the top managers of the entity that with their inaction in some cases and their interference in others, have led us to the current sad situation. We do not have enough capacity, or any financial alternative, to demand a change of ownership, that is something that must be meditated in conscience, but if we have the right to say AL-THANI, ENOUGH !!! and that we propose to shout in a massive way.

Finally, to say that Málaga and Malaguismo are the heritage of the city and that is why we also call on all the active forces of the city, politicians, businessmen, cultural circles, universities, press, etc. to join this initiative and show your support and solidarity.Between all we must return our MÁLAGA to the rightful place, and that is why La Rosaleda must be a real fortress next season, for this it is necessary that we even increase the number of current subscribers and that there is not a single empty seat in the stands, because the MÁLAGA IS A SENTIMENT, well above the leaders, players or technicians. THE MALAGA IS OF MALAGUISM

 

 

 

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Following from the above and in today's Diario Sur

The Sheikh would like to sign Juan Ramon Muñiz to take over as head coach and the job of sports director!  Previously Muñiz did not seem interested...

http://malagacf.diariosur.es/jeque-quiere-muniz-20180515115806-nt.html

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Fare comment in today´s climate.

However, nothing was said when we were in the Champions League. Why did not the same sources give sound advice to the Sheikh on how to continue to run the Club successfully on an even keel. To me it is like closing the door after the horse has bolted.

Surely others in the know could have advised the Sheik better in his naivety.

We can all have 20/20 vision after the fact.

I sincerely think that there are many closer to the Club than I that could have done better, rather than let the Club drop into the abyss.

Basically, all involved in the Club, near or far, could have done more to avoid the current situation. As always, the man in the street pays and suffers.
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P.S.

We are all aware of the corruption in Spain; locally or nationally.

Maybe this is another example.
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Cannot see ol shakey deciding to sell if a few peñas come crawling in at half time.. ( Same bollox 1 or 2 games ago with the frente nazi's coming in 5 mins after kick off ) Didn't make the slightest bit of difference to the owners whatsoever
Now i,m all for a bit of rioting/shouting/fighting but these silent protests do me head in !!! [biggrin][biggrin][biggrin][biggrin]
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Cannot see ol shakey deciding to sell if a few peñas come crawling in at half time.. ( Same bollox 1 or 2 games ago with the frente nazi's coming in 5 mins after kick off ) Didn't make the slightest bit of difference to the owners whatsoever
Now i,m all for a bit of rioting/shouting/fighting but these silent protests do me head in !!! [biggrin][biggrin][biggrin][biggrin]


Ill pack my pitch fork in my suitecase Spider!! See you outside of the stadium [Bufandeo]

Thank you for the translation 😉 In all seriousness though what do people realistically think is going to happen? Do you think Shakey has the passion and desire to get Malaga back up into La Liga? Its hard to understand whats truely going on when im only able to attend 3 games a season so im really grateful for all that is posted on here 😉 
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I think we're in big, big trouble if i'm being brutally honest.

Remembering back to the last stint in Segunda, we seemed very perilous to the drop zone all season. We had some dismal results... infact, have a look on the photos section on here, there's some cracking photo's of Chocky in Vecindario. We went from Bernabeu to a ground which was fitting of a Northern Premier League team.

We scraped ourselves out in the end, but this is entirely different.

We've got a Chairman who doesn't seem to know exactly WHAT he is up to, embroiled in all kinds of mess. We've went after 3-4 managers in the Segunda, from Lugo, Numancia and a few others and they've all rebuffed it. We've got a lot coming off the books via loan returns etc and very few assets to sell off to bounce back, this time we're struggling. 

It'll be interesting, as look at Mallorca, Racing Santander, Real Murcia, Tenerife... once you go down, you can fall even further and fall into oblivion. Will be an interesting season, but not one i'm eager for.

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