Santa Clara president Ricardo Pacheco is angered by the ineffectiveness of the Azorean SAD board of directors to shut down the transfer of 27-year-old Japanese midfielder Hidemasa Morita to Sporting.
The situation, as BOLA knows, is also causing some wear and tear at Alvalade, where the agreement was established between the two parties…but the main thing is still missing: the signatures.
Having been the captain of the club himself, and at the request of the SAD management, he took up negotiations with the Lions, and the parties came to an understanding – in the negotiation process until Sporting agreed to raise the player’s offer to 3.5 million euros. to 3.8 million euros, values that could, however, reach 4.5 million euros by achieving goals – the documents were handed over to the legal department of Santa Clara, A BOLA reported at the time, but in the process… . have stopped.
The club has already taken its stand. If it was up to the club, the situation was already over, in favor of Santa Clara, the player and Sporting. Frankly, SAD has to decide. Things are either they are or they are not,” thus Ricardo Pacheco shoots A BOLA, realizing he’s got a good deal for the Azores:
Negotiations were conducted at the request of the administration and the initial conditions were practically doubled. The case was referred to the circuit that referred it to litigation as is usual in these cases, so the matter should have already been resolved. A lot! There has been more than one time when we put everything in black and white.”
Ricardo Pacheco admits he is “angry”. “I don’t want the idea that the club decided anything. The club did its job. I don’t understand why they didn’t close Morita “,” he confirms, recalling that the Azores helped many players to jump:
SAD Azorean Problems
In the process, given the inaction of the Santa Clara administration, Ricardo Pacheco asks other questions. “I don’t know if a shareholder is about to sell the shares, but the obligations must be fulfilled,” he comments, awaiting clarification: “SAD has to say something about the matter, because he is the one who has the capacity to sell or buy. The club as I said does not understand This situation. I only understand the scenario of the possible formation of the board of directors. But I only know what has been reported in the newspapers about it.”
Ricardo Pacheco wants to know what’s going on for business not to move forward and remembers that SAD has other, relevant reasons to explain itself: “Santa Clara owns 40 percent of SAD’s shares and, above all, is backed by the regional government. He takes the name of the Azores to the whole world. It should be treated differently by shareholders. If an isolation process for part or the majority of SAD is underway, the club and government should know this. They should give explanations! “.
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