"The Premier are economically doped": president of LaLiga
javier thebesPresident of The leagueassured that “most of the clubs in the Premier League they are economically doped”, while javier gomezcorporate director, demanded the Uefa that “enforce” financial control to punish those who fail to comply "regardless of the country they are from."
We read, the strength of the Premier League, but it is not like that, it is a competition based on millionaire losses of the clubs, their ordinary income is not enough for them. Most of the clubs are economically doped.
We read, the "strength" of the @premierleague, but it is not like that, it is a competition based on millionaire LOSSES of the clubs, (their ordinary income is not enough for them) most of the clubs are "economically doped". Javier Gómez Corporate Director of @the league explains it. pic.twitter.com/rIfMOE1pI5
— Javier Tebas Medrano (@Tebasjavier) February 1, 2023
The president of LaLiga Santander of Spain reacted like this after the closing of the winter market where the Premier spent 643.8 million eurosincluding the record transfer of the competition with the signing of the Argentine Enzo Fernandez for him Chelseacoming from Benfica in exchange for 121 million euros.
For his part, the corporate director of The league, javier gomezshared this vision of excessive spending while defending the philosophy of the Spanish employers in the economic aspect.
In LaLiga what we are after is that the clubs can spend and generate autonomously, that is, with their own income. It is true that shareholders are also allowed to support the club with certain limits; put money so that they can spend beyond what the club itself can generate. But in the Premier the opposite happens.
Gomez recalled that "until June 30, 2021in the previous five seasons, the Premier League and the Championship they had lost three billion euros“.
“Spanish LaLiga lost 250 million euros, and the pandemic had to be endured. In that same period, the shareholders of the Premier Y Championship they put in three thousand 500 million euros and the shareholders in the same period in Spain have put in 450″, he declared.
Neither more nor less, they are doping the club, they are injecting money that the club does not generate. This puts the viability of a club at risk when this shareholder leaves. In our opinion, this is cheating because it drags down the rest of the leagues.
Gomez demanded the Uefathe governing body of soccer in Europe, that "with the new economic control, prevent club shareholders from putting more than a certain amount of money" and that enforce that rule and penalize clubs that fail to comply this regulation, regardless of the country they are from”.
(With information from EFE)
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