The cup celebration was marked by Sporting’s refusal to hand over the proceeds from the match with Olivas and Moscafedi
“It doesn’t make any sense morally,” the lions say. A club from the Lisbon area argues that the money will go to organizing the meeting.
The Portuguese Cup match that will take place tonight, at 8:45 p.m., at the José Gomez Stadium, in Ribollera, between Sporting and Olivas y Moscavide has not yet started and has already attracted a lot of attention from the fans.
The origin of the controversy surrounding the match is Sporting’s decision not to waive ticket revenues from the match, which will not be held at the team’s usual stadium in the Lisbon area.
“An official source at Sporting Lisbon said: “Sporting FC fights for transparency in football and, although it is a historically common practice, it is considered ethically illogical to donate proceeds (regardless of the amounts involved) to the teams it will be competing with. “. Clarification sent to register.
He added: “Combat the idea that unfortunately still exists, which is that financial support for small clubs serves the purpose of giving an advantage to larger clubs, that is, holding matches in stadiums with conditions more suitable for large clubs.”
Olivais e Moscavide regrets the decision, but stresses that he did not expect anything
Initially, the host club responded and expressed its regret over Sporting’s refusal to relinquish match revenue.
“When the draw was made and we found out that we would face Sporting, our biggest concern, knowing that we would not play here, was to find a place where we could celebrate football. When we chose the José Gomez Stadium, in Rebolera, we realized that we would have a lot of organizational expenses. “What we expected from other entities involved in this game was support to help us promote football.” registerPresident of Olivais and Moscavide, Gonçalo Candeias.
The Lisbon region club reached this stage of the competition after defeating Real Massama 2-1 and Os Sandinenses 3-1. The Al-Shaar leader still regrets the Lions’ decision.
“We respect [a decisão]Because whoever runs Sporting must decide. These matches are often an oxygen balloon for smaller clubs, but that is not the case for us. The revenue we expect Sporting to be able to provide us was only for organizing this match, to help us with the expenses we will incur. He stressed that the matter has nothing to do with the oxygen balloon or the “grand prize” as many call it.
The club confirmed in a statement that the financial aid will be to guarantee and ensure the conduct of the match, as for example:The 100 PSP personnel who will be on duty in this game will not be on site as it is usual for the Olivais and Moscavide game.”
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