New events still come to Barcelona even when boss Josep Maria Bartomeu has just announced his resignation early. Disaster is also about to hit the head of coach Ronald Koeman when the Dutch strategist missed his mouth in the “Super […]
New events still come to Barcelona even when boss Josep Maria Bartomeu has just announced his resignation early.
Disaster is also about to hit the head of coach Ronald Koeman when the Dutch strategist missed his mouth in the “Super classic” match over the weekend.
On October 28, Mr. Josep Maria Bartomeu officially announced his resignation from the current chairman of the Barcelona club. Meanwhile, the leadership under Mr. Bartomeu is also confirmed to no longer stick with the Camp Nou. Sport revealed that the 57-year-old Spaniard’s decision to resign was actually made after a secret meeting among the leadership members on Monday, October 26.
The reason why Mr. Bartomeu decided to leave office early was that he did not want himself to participate in a no-confidence vote related to him, which was scheduled to be held by members of the opposition movement on January 1 and day November 2 coming.
Article 35.4 of the Barcelona club’s regulations states: “If the members of the Board of Directors resign or stop taking on their duties in general, a Management Committee must be established to replace the Board of Directors” to temporarily run the Nou Camp team before the official election takes place.
Barca’s new Board of Directors must have a number of members not less than 50% of the total number of members of the Board of Directors at the time of termination of operation, a minimum of 7 people. In this case, there will be 7 members of the Management Committee elected out of the 14 executive directors of the Board of Directors who have just resigned.
The club’s regulations make it clear that “The management committee must carry out the functions of the government, administration and representatives corresponding to the Board of Directors, but limited to the necessary and essential acts. to maintain the normal activities of the club and to protect the interests of the club. “
Furthermore, “the main function of the Management Committee is to call for elections to form a new Board of Directors, which is to be done within a period of three months after its members take office.”
According to Mundo Deportivo, new elections in Barca will take place for a minimum of 40 days and a maximum of 90 days. According to the original plan, it would take place by the end of March 2021 (when Bartomeu no longer has the right to run for re-election), but now that Bartomeu has resigned as President of the club, the election will be held as soon as possible.
Among those who have announced their intention to become Barca’s new presidential candidate, notably Víctor Font, Toni Freixa, Jordi Farré, Agustí Benedito and Lluís Fernández Alá.
Former Barca vice president Emili Rousaud has not announced his candidacy, but he said he intends to jump into the race. The same goes for former Barca President Joan Laporta. Meanwhile, the current coach of the female Barca team and Barca B, Mr. Xavi Vilajoana and two businessmen Jordi Roche and Joan Rosell remain silent.
After Barcelona lost to Real Madrid 1-3 at home Nou Camp in the last October 24 “Super Classic” match in the 7th round of La Liga, coach Ronald Koeman reacted fiercely when criticizing financial referee Juan Martinez Munuera and the VAR team said that they were biased to give the “White Vulture” to the penalty.