Up to five players have left the CF Reus Deportiu due to non-payment, a dramatic situation for a team of Second A. Joan Oliver, the owner of the club, however, takes away transcendence: "We have twelve players registered." After weeks of uncertainty about the crisis that shakes the entity, Oliver He appeared to give his version of the facts.
Upon arrival at the municipal stadium, a group of fans awaited him to challenge him and demand his departure. "I'm not here for pleasure, but for responsibility," said the largest shareholder of Reus, which competes in Second A. Oliver, who is alone in front of the entity after the resignation of President Xavier Llastarri, admits anyway that the departure of Badia, Fran Carbia, Villanueva, Moore and Vitor Silva is a "hard blow" and an added difficulty for the sale of the club, an operation that fifteen days ago was considered closed but now, according to Oliver, is in the air.
A debt of five million hinders the operation, but the owner denies that the Reus is "at risk of disappearance" and alleges that, while the money does not come to clean up the club, there are 12 players and the subsidiary of Third that must be available of the technician.