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Pinto da Costa promises to end bonuses for Porto Sad club officials – Sports

Pinto da Costa promises to end bonuses for Porto Sad club officials – Sports

The lack of bonuses for FC Porto Sade officials in the coming period is one of the guidelines adopted on Friday by the candidacy of current president Bento da Costa for the elections of vice-national champions in football.

In a message sent to his supporters, the Director stressed “transparency and good governance” as a strong line of his programme, aiming for a management model that “respects good practices” and makes the relationship with partners “a priority”.

The other axis is “sustainability and growth”, given the necessity of implementing in the short term “a plan to reduce costs, by implementing policies to improve efficiency”, with “increasing structural revenues” as the main focus.

In addition to this double promise, Pinto da Costa wants to promote the development of new talent through the FC Porto Future Academy, which is designed to be built in Maya, and the Excavation Department, ensuring commitment to and improvement of amateur sports and women's football. An experience for members and fans.

The “Todos pelo Porto” roster will share the full program over the next few days, which foresees “an organized and fundamental financial strengthening for the sustainability of the club”, without adapting the position of the majority of members in controlling the community.

Pinto da Costa (86 years old) indicated that he is running for the 16th and final time to lead FC Porto, a position he has held without interruption since April 1982, hoping, if re-elected, to leave a “renewed team.” “At the head of the SAD at the end of the four-year period 2024-2028, which consists of “competent professionals from different generations” other than you.

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