Lack of financial support becomes grounds for dismissal
What seemed a happy ending for the Imperial Club Deportivo FS, unfortunately ends, as no one wanted. The Murcian club, which was promoted to the Second Division a few months ago, will not play in the silver category of Spanish futsal.
This was confirmed to LA VERDAD by its president, Francisco Muñoz, who assured that the non-registration is due to economic reasons: «We will not go out in the Second Division in the end. We haven’t been able to get enough support to face a category like this,” said the “Imperial Eagles” top leader.
The companies of the members of the Board of Directors accounted for about a third of the budget needed to compete in the Second Division. According to Muñoz, it was not enough: «We tried to persevere until the end to get support from sponsorships and companies, but only the financial support from the companies in the Board of Directors is not enough. We couldn’t put all the responsibility on our shoulders.”
Now the team that plays its matches at Pabellón Cagigal is waiting for the letter from the Spanish Football Association confirming which category they will play in the 22/23 season. Presumably it will be in Second B where the subsidiary would compete and whose place the capital team would take. However, it is time to wait for confirmation from the RFEF.
A few days ago, the club itself announced on its social networks that the registration of the first team in Second and the subsidiary in Second B had been formalized and that the pre-season would start soon. Finally, and alas, it will not be and we will have to wait for the Imperial FS to be silver again for sporting merits.
Source: La Verdad
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