It seemed like a decisive step in the life of a club like the Mar Menor. The arrival in San Javier of a Japanese investment group led by Hiroyuki Hishikawa must have been a giant step for an entity with more credentials to fight for promotion to the First Federation.
Hishikawa himself, who came to Murcia through Morris Pagniello, former partner of Agustín Ramos at Racing Murcia, would contribute an important part of the budget for this course and even presented his project last summer to José Miguel Luengo himself, mayor of San Javier , in the presence of Daniel Núñez, then president of the entity, and Omar Nicolás, sports director of Azulón. But just a few months later, there are already doubts about the viability of this Mar Menor, which faces a few decisive hours for its future.
Núñez and Hishikawa signed a contract that would require the Japanese company to pay several payments, in addition to getting out of the club to implement the model. But to this day in San Javier none of this group has started working on the ground.
In fact, they made the first two agreed payments, but asked for a delay in order to pay the third, an amount that should reach the San Javier team’s coffers today. Alburquerque’s roster is up to date, although whether or not this third payment comes in could be key to its return to stability. They are also waiting in San Javier for members of this Japanese group to disembark in December.
Source: La Verdad
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