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Court complaint could cancel FC Porto's Maya academy

Court complaint could cancel FC Porto's Maya academy

The Maya Academy of the Portuguese club Porto could collapse due to a violation, due to the order to sell the land to the blue and white club. The person behind these accusations is Maya City Council member of the Socialist Party, Francisco Vieira de Carvalho, who is demanding that the auction process be invalidated and that it be taken to court.

The newspaper “Expresso” reported the news, as the mayor of Maya signed the order of publication in Diário da República regarding the sale of the land to FC Porto before the mandatory vote in the municipal council.

In an interview with the aforementioned newspaper, Council Member Francisco Vieira de Carvalho revealed the presence of “forgery in documents,” which could invalidate the entire process.

“What I conclude is that the auction process was sent for publication in Diário da República before the deliberations that were mandatory in the Assembly. [Municipal]. This constitutes, by law, a void administrative act, which is illegal, so same thing [hasta] The Chancellor announced to the newspaper that it should now be cancelled.

The president of the Maya City Council, Antonio Silva Thiago, stated that he was “not aware” of the suspicions, while SAD, still headed by Pinto da Costa, stated that “at the moment, he does not intend to respond” and included the club's management, led by Andre Villas-Boas. He said, “He will follow the matter carefully.”

If the project led by the outgoing SAD is cancelled, the construction of the high-performance center championed by Andre Villas-Boas, in Olival, in Vila Nova de Gaia, could gain momentum, alongside the facilities the club already uses.

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FC Porto Future Academy, in the city of Maya, a project (designed by architect Manuel Salgado and awarded to the construction company Alexandre Barbosa Borges) with a total cost of 40 million euros was given the green light on 27 March.