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BradfordTom

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Could anyone please give me a brief rundown of what was said in the press conference that just happened? What was Recio crying about, all looking very sorry for themselves. 

Also a letter from the board:

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Dear Málaga CF season ticket holders and fans, 

After eight seasons, the Club is, unfortunately, about to experience the saddest period out of all these years. It’s been a time where we have seen the team play every weekend in the best League in the world, where we’ve touched the sky in the UEFA Champions League, and the quarter-finals where nobody will ever forget how we were deprived of going further in the competition.

Today we can only apologise and reinforce our unwavering commitment to return this Club and the fans to the division in which they deserve to be. Work has already begun, and we are certain that, once we have overcome these tough times, it will make us stronger than ever.

Over the years, the Club has shown a great ability to overcome all adversities. A strength that resides in the feelings of the fans, of this great city and province, and in the history of the Club that has always risen from its setbacks.

From today we will look forward, focus on not making the same mistakes again and work towards the future. A project which we are particularly excited about is the construction of the new Academy. Facilities that will remain this Entity’s main heritage in the coming years. Finally, the children of Málaga will have space in which to practice the sport they love and wear our blue and white colours with pride.

Today we share the disappointment of all Malaguistas, and we appreciate their commitment and support. As from today, we want to reaffirm our wish that Málaga CF returns to the First Division. That will be our overarching objective.

Signed:

Board of Directors of Málaga CF SAD

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What a load of rubbish.

If the chairman was that interested in “unwavering commitment”, then he’d have lobbed €20m to the cause for a striker, or even some quality.
You can’t keep pawning off your best players and surviving on loans.

Next season, I fear, could just be as worrying.

Mallorca pt.2?

Sort it out Sheikh, for the fans who bother every single week, bother with your nonsense!

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I wonder how much relegation costs a club, do Spanish teams get parachute payments like they do in England? 

It was glaringly obvious 6 months ago we were in the brown stuff, yet nothing was done about it! 
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The problem is the owner just doesn’t care.

I almost see it like 1860 Munich, where he wanted his own way, hasn’t got it, so he’s thrown his toys out the pram and completely damaged the club even further.
Our better players are on loan, and they won’t be returning. So it’s going to be a real difficult period for Malaga here. It’s such a shame because as a club we have a huge potential to be a massive club, passionate fans, a massive hit spot for tourism etc... but the sheikh just doesn’t get it.

Best we’ve got now, is to hope he sorts out his issues with bluebay, LFP and beyond, and hope we can bounce back sooner rather than later.

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Such a shame. When I was over the other week and went to the Madrid match we were saying what huge potential the club has. Was just looking at some figures Malaga airport last year had nearly 19 million people pass through it, as a huge tourist hot spot on the costa del sol he should really be tapping into that. 

Is there somewhere that i could read a bit into Sheikh and his relationship with the club as with been a rellatively new Malaga fan in the past few years i dont really know what has gone on with him. 
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Daniel Pastor the put in charge of Málaga CF to monitor that payments were made to comply with the Ley Concursal and who is still attached to the Club has given interviews stating that it is possible to go through the courts to take away the administratative powers of the Sheikh.  However it would be preferable for him to do that voluntarally.  What he did say was that the minority shareholders will be able to cast the decicing vote and there is a minority shareholders meeting called for this Friday.

All Recio did was to apologise to the fans!!!!  Hardly worth the mention.

What Iturra said in his interview is that the players all wanted to play last Sunday in what was a very difficult game for them facing their home supporters.  He also said that they really tried.  In my opinion Iturra deserves the captains armband, as since he came to Málaga he has run his socks off...
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Daniel Pastor the put in charge of Málaga CF to monitor that payments were made to comply with the Ley Concursal and who is still attached to the Club has given interviews stating that it is possible to go through the courts to take away the administratative powers of the Sheikh.  However it would be preferable for him to do that voluntarally.  What he did say was that the minority shareholders will be able to cast the decicing vote and there is a minority shareholders meeting called for this Friday.

All Recio did was to apologise to the fans!!!!  Hardly worth the mention.

What Iturra said in his interview is that the players all wanted to play last Sunday in what was a very difficult game for them facing their home supporters.  He also said that they really tried.  In my opinion Iturra deserves the captains armband, as since he came to Málaga he has run his socks off...


Thanks for the update MEC, what do you think the likelihood of of the administrative powers been taken away from Sheikh is? 
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Minority shareholders have sent him a letter but we wait.  The problem is that he is the owner and has ultimate control until the civil courts have made a decision; but that won't be until November by which time anything could happen!
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Minority shareholders have sent him a letter but we wait.  The problem is that he is the owner and has ultimate control until the civil courts have made a decision; but that won't be until November by which time anything could happen!


What is the civil courts decision over? 
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