Osasuna among clubs backing strike for future Sports Act

Osasuna among clubs backing strike for future Sports Act

Open battle in football. The future Sports Act, which was being debated in Congress, alarmed 39 First and Second Division clubs, between them OsasunaExcept for Real Madrid, Barcelona and Athletic, which have distanced themselves from this bloc that wants to protect the competition’s television rights. The strike is on the table.

How did you get to this point? The truth is, there is much at stake. In summary, Clubs understand that the Sports Act proposed by the Government of Pedro Sánchez leaves LaLiga product audio-visual and commercial authorizations in legal uncertainty. Opposite Super League led by Florentino Pérez.

That’s why talks are already underway to continue existing arrangements, which include, for example, a multimillion-dollar deal with CVC.

In this line, There was an agreement with the PP and PSOE for the popular ones to introduce seven changes. They would be added for the peace of the teams. Until these offers finally rotted After the actions of Florentino Pérez, according to various media. The Florentino-Tebas train crash is well known.

EMERGENCY MEETING IN LALIGA

Next Thursday, October 27, Osasuna was summoned with the rest to analyze the situation and propose mobilization.. As the dedicated portal Playbook points out, the three main points of discussion are Non-recognition of LaLiga’s marketing rightsaccording to the power vested in it by law The federation will change its statutes. – with the subsequent approval of the Supreme Sports Council (CSD) – and finally Super League.

The law is in the parliamentary process in the Culture and Sports Commission of the Congress of Deputies, and if it continues in this way, it will increase the legal uncertainty that the clubs warn.

They keep a close eye on how events unfold in Osasuna. and they strongly support the position of the team as a whole.

The concern stems from Real Madrid taking several issues related to the marketing of rights managed by LaLiga to court. Until now, there was no doubt in favor of the bosses. Moreover, clubs understand that the birth of the Super League would be preferable. This directly affects the income of the rest.

DIALOGUE WITH THE STATE

There was an important meeting this Monday. came the commitment to dialogue to prevent football from stopping. LaLiga delegate commissionplus the president Javier Thebes and vice president Quico CatalanHe mobilized the Minister of Culture and Sports, Michael Iceta, and the highest rector of the Supreme Sports Council, Jbravery Manuel Franco, The need to undo changes withdrawn by the PP mainly those that affect this new European competition that Real Madrid and Barça want, the economic deal with the CVC fund, and the sale of television rights.

“They listened to our demands from the government and the changes that need to be made so that they do not harm the clubs. The Minister will examine it calmly. Spanish football has created one of the strongest leagues in the world and nothing can stand in the way of its continued growth.”, stressed Pepe Castro, president of Sevilla. In a clear reference to Florentino Pérez, Tebas said, “Why do they just listen and believe as usual?” he asked himself.

AFFECTS CVC CONTRACT

Many clubs see their sources of income at stake, notably its nearly €2,000 million deal with CVC Capital Partners and a setback in Spanish competition. They hope to meet with opposition leader Alberto Núñez Feijóo and persuade him to abandon what they consider to be a boycott of LaLiga’s work. And if there were no returns, as this implies, the deal with the fund would be up in the air.

“They listened to our demands from the government and the changes that need to be made so that they do not harm the clubs. The Minister will examine it calmly. Spanish football has created one of the strongest leagues in the world and nothing can stand in the way of its continued growth.”, stressed Pepe Castro, president of Sevilla. In a clear reference to Florentino Pérez, Tebas said, “Why do they just listen and believe as usual?” he asked himself.

“We believe we can redirect this situation through dialogue. But, I assure you that we will take all precautions and have Because this new law is a frontal attack on 95% of First and Second clubs.Quico Catalán, spokesperson and president of Levante, commented on Relevo.


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