ANDl former president of CD Badajoz Joaquin Parra has signed in the penitentiary center of Alhaurn de la Torre (Mlaga), where he is being held, the sale of the black and white entity. This has been confirmed this Wednesday to the media by the visible head of the group that manages the club, Louis Oliver.
The sale was signed this tuesday night in prison before a notary and from there, according to Oliver, they hope to face a “healthy and exciting” 2022-23 season with the aim of fighting for promotion to the Second Division.
It is the first time in history that a football club is bought while the owner is in prison
“In exceptional circumstances, because It is the first time in history that a football club has been bought while the owner is in prison.”Oliver has assured in an appearance before the media.
“The Parra family is already history in CD Badajoz, a group that A new professional team with many years of experience is coming”Oliver has stated.
The Parra family is already history in the CD Badajoz
He has ensured that “the money is already in the account” to pay the players next day 27 and for a day later the signings of the soccer players who must complete the templatewhich at this moment only It has five troops.
The next day 23 the General Meeting will be held, from which the new club board of directorsin which a project will be presented that will have partners from Badajoz, but also internationalalthough he did not want to advance names.
a day before, Oliver leave his current duties at the clubexpressing that he has already done his job, although his daughter Alejandra Oliver be a counselor.
Until now the visible head of the managing group of CD Badajoz has not entered to assess the current format of First RFEFdespite the criticism of some clubs and soccer players, although it has been expressed that the team wants to continue in the same territorial group of this season.
As you have expressed, having to carry out trips to the Levantfor example, would represent some long and expensive trips that the team “fight” not to make.
One and a half million budget
The black and white team have a budget of 1.5 million euros, figure that “perhaps could have reached something more than two million if Deportivo de la Corua had risen to the Second Division”, it would have made it more feasible to opt next year for first place in the group that gives direct access to promotion.
“All this does not mean that they will not choose to be first”has clarified Oliver, who has asked the fans for maximum support.