Sevilla’s largest shareholder made it clear that he wants to lead the renovations
“We have already communicated that in no case are we going to support it,” he stated a few days ago
Sevilla’s largest shareholder, José María del Nido, asked the Council of the Andalusian team to stop the project for the new Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium, according to what was reported by the newspaper ‘AS’. The manager has a project diametrically opposed to the one that the Sevilla entity has with the company IDOM.
A few days ago he had already assured that the one that was going to be carried out, according to his plans, was his. Del Nido has already requested precautionary measures to vote during the shareholders meeting that Sevilla will have on December 4. The trial will determine whether his attempt to completely change the management of the club is carried out or if, on the contrary, he must wait.
In an interview with Cadena COPE, Del Nido already made his position clear: “If when I said three years ago that the stadium had to be kicked, if they had listened to me today the new Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán would be up,” he commented.
“The stadium project presented by the current council is a bluff. For a work of this magnitude, the Shareholders’ Meeting must give its approval and we have already communicated that in no case are we going to support it,” he stated.