Bordeaux promises that the collapse of the Girondins is “full of consequences”

The meeting took place on Saturday, July 9th at 4 pm at Peybelland Square in Bordeaux. For almost two hours, 3,500 supporters of the Girondins de Bordeaux (FCGB) (more than 2,000 according to police) marched through the streets of the city, supporting the city’s emblem, the football club, for a century. I cried. In 140, when we took the founding of Club Omnisport De Bordeaux as a starting point – but threatened to be demoted to the amateur level.

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Four days ago, the National Administration (DNCG), a financial football police officer, believed that the club did not provide sufficient guarantees to evolve in League 2, which was demoted to sporty from 2021 to the end of 2022. Was there. The season, and therefore he had to demote another notch to National 1.

“It’s a decision that has serious consequences for the territory, the inhabitants.Mayor of Bordeaux (ecologist), lament Pierre Harmic. You can’t hurt the club and its 140-year history. »» On Saturday, he was at the top of the line behind the flag, accompanied by other elected officials. “Save FCGB”..

If the demotion of the Girondins to the amateur level is confirmed, bankruptcy filings may have been filed, taking it one step further at the national level 3, the 5th division, and even the regional level. Given the structure of the club, it has had a devastating economic impact and is now cut to the professional level.

“At least as many indirect jobs as 300 direct jobs depend on it.”Warning, on Monday, July 11, 10 lawmakers from Girond accused in an open letter addressed to Sports Minister Amélie Oudéa-Castéra. “Warrant of Death” Pronounced by DNCG for Girondins Bordeaux.

The training center may have to close the door. It will also be compromised for the future of women’s professional teams. “They will be paid by a professional company that may be affected by this summer’s liquidation.”Emphasizes Thomas Jacquemier, Deputy Managing Director of the Girondins, to the team “The third budget for female D1 after Paris and Lyon”..

“There is no doubt about leaving the fallow” Matmut Atlantique Stadium

In addition to the impact on the club’s economy and sports plans, bankruptcy filings also affect the community. The future of the Mattomt Atlantic Stadium, launched in 2015, owned by Vinci Group and Fayat Group’s subsidiary Stud Bordeaux Atlantic (SBA) and funded under a public-private partnership with Bordeaux Metropole, is particularly relevant. It is the center of local issues. Elected official.

At the city council on July 7, President Alain Anziani said “General mobilization”.. Elected Metropolitan officials have already unanimously distributed Girondin debt over the next two seasons on June 24, leveling future rents for enclosure use until the end of the 2024 season. Voted for. -2025.

Big cities guarantee it can be done “The overall budget of the big cities is approaching € 1.8 billion to deal with the income shortfall if FCGB stops paying rent.”.. “It’s not dramatic that big cities have to waive rent for a couple of years.”Believe in Patrick Bobet, the leader of the opposition (LR) and the former president of Bordeaux Metropole.

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“You are very emotional, drama, shock, disaster, heritage. We can help, but we know that money is distributed in a particularly opaque way. So we don’t want this company to have a layoff, so we need to protect our employees in return. “Launched Philippe Poutou of the Metropolitan Council (NPA) as part of him.

The current purpose is to study how the use of the Mattomut Atlantic Stadium will be in Girondins Bordeaux, which has been demoted as an amateur and therefore no longer attracts many supporters. “If you run out of professional clubs, you need to get the most out of them. There is no doubt that you will leave the fallow of this stadium where you can find and help.Note, Deputy (LRM) and councilor Thomas Cazenave of local governments and metropolises.