Afterfoot guest on RMC on Tuesday night, Girondins de Bordeaux president Gerard Lopez returned bankruptcy to his Mouscron club, while claiming to pay the salaries of Boavista, another club in financial difficulty.
Gerard Lopez tries to reassure his world. The Bordeaux president, guest of Afterfoot on Tuesday evening to discuss the critical situation of Girondin, also returned to two other teams of his club in the grip of financial difficulties, Mouscron and Boavista.
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“From the moment the bills stopped, I’ve paid seven or eight months’ wages”
“There is an audit that has been requested by the LOSC Board of Directors, clarifies in the RMC about the position of Mouscron. This Board of Directors decided to do the operation, because the costs are cheaper than the LOSC reserve team. I was in the minority on the Board of Directors, which then decided to retire when I left. From the moment In which the bills are no longer paid, I paid salaries for seven or eight months.” “It helped when I shouldn’t,” Lopez continued, also adding that he “decided to fund the entire football school.”
When Daniel Riolo is asked about salaries that will not be paid at Boavista, a club that was banned from conscription after the Ramy case, Gerard Lopez also defends himself: “It never happened in life. This year, the club was registered in La Liga without an outside contribution, in the judgment full self.”
While Excel Royal Mouscron has been relegated to Belgium’s fourth division – i.e. amateur status – after financial problems, the Portuguese club is banned from conscription until paying the 200,000 euros it owes to the France international in the context of the ongoing conflict between the two countries. two parties.