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That is too many debts for ANY club. I hope Platini gets the go-ahead soon to ban clubs from European entry as soon as irregular debts occur. I actually thought such a system was in use already in theory, after all there are European licenses now, no? Or is that basically a criteria to punish off some small teams to set a deterrant, while leaving the big guns untouched?

I support Platini's idea to ban clubs in severe debts from European entry. Nothing against Valencia, but this rule would at least force clubs to clean up their dirt first before making new expensive purchases. It just is worrying that the one after the other reputated club is joining the list of clubs with financial worries.
 

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I missed the conference. Villalonga, the man that can probably fix this mess, won't be buying the club soon as Soler wants to keep hold of the club until we move to the new stadium, so he can sell us for max profits and run away.

We still haven't sold the Mestalla land though, we can fetch like 300 m euros from it.
 

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I dont see mention of this anywhere, that obviously a crazy amount of debt and im thinking Villalonga is just playing sour grapes over him being rejected. No way is the debt of Valencia this high.
 

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before people start to lose their heads, its best to understand what debt is

there short term debt and long term debt.

Example

Consider a 15/30 year mortgage on a home and 5 years on car payment plus student loans and credit cards if this is all due immediately than Bankruptcy would be the only option but cash flow from work to meet my short term debt like utilities and other such expense it all comes down to cash flow and the ability of the club meeting its sort term obligations as well as long term....

most clubs would sell a player and creat extra liquidity/cash to make their ends meet...

so such number maybe true but it can be a gross exaggeration of the truth
 

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dont worry we will be back!
Emery promised the valencia supporter silverware will be won next season!
And Soler somehow has to die, the ****in fat bastard.
 

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It was revealed today that Valencia CF debts 790 millions of euros.
That's a too big of a debt for a club like Valencia.
I think Valencia CF will die in 2 or 3 years.
I think Valencia failed to keep the Stadium investment off their balance sheet and that makes the balance sheet debt look so big.
 

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The Mestalla will be sold for approximatively €350m euros, plus i think that figure is abit exaggerated by Villalonga. The situation is serious but not that serious. Still, the new president, Vincent Soriano, the second highest shareholder of the club, said he will "try" to keep our three stars, Villa, Silva and Joaquín (If Joaquín is considered a star) :rollani:. It looks like we will lose our prized possessions. Hopefully we will still get to keep Maduro :hopeful:
 

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That is too many debts for ANY club. I hope Platini gets the go-ahead soon to ban clubs from European entry as soon as irregular debts occur. I actually thought such a system was in use already in theory, after all there are European licenses now, no? Or is that basically a criteria to punish off some small teams to set a deterrant, while leaving the big guns untouched?

I support Platini's idea to ban clubs in severe debts from European entry. Nothing against Valencia, but this rule would at least force clubs to clean up their dirt first before making new expensive purchases. It just is worrying that the one after the other reputated club is joining the list of clubs with financial worries.
if valencia are going to survive, they need the money from european comps
 

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Short term or Long term debts.. is OK, if they are backed up.

Like the Glazers borrowed a tremendous, in which they were backed up incidentally by other than their own names, it is the ManUtd Brand.

So it will depend on what is being back up in this case, a Rich owner, can own billions and still operate with peace of mind.
 

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Valencia CF counted on €300m or €350m from the selling of the grounds of Mestalla, but right now they can't get that money from them, maybe not even half that money. The crisis in this sector is big.
And the problem is they need the money now in order to make the payments of their new stadium.
So they probably will sell their most valuable players to face the inmediate payments and hope that the Mestalla grounds vaule raises.
 

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if valencia are going to survive, they need the money from european comps
That's tough luck then, other clubs who don't make debts in the first place also need that money to grow. Who deserves that money most: a club who first makes debts and then makes demands to have UEFA paying off those debts through CL participation, or an honest club who works her way into Europe without making debts??
 

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If that actualyl is true, then there must be some rule in the Spanish Football rules that state they wouldn't be eligible to play in their First Division.

I know they relegated Fiorentina a few divisions down not simply becuase we were debt, but because we did not have enough money to register in order to play in Serie B. Something like that anyway.
 
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