Legendary football club has become to bear the losses
Football club “Milan” excluded from participation in the European Cup the next 2 seasons. This is stated in the official statement released by UEFA today.
Reportedly, the club, seven times became the winner of League of Champions will not take part in the Europa League 2018/19 season and will not be admitted to the UEFA club competition season 2019/20. As the reason of suspension of the club indicate a violation of the rules of licensing of UEFA. In particular, it is reported that Milan failed to meet a mandatory requirement of the break-even club.
At the end of last season the Rossoneri finished in 6th place in Serie A and won the right to participate in the next Europa League. Now, however, instead, the LE is Fiorentina and Atlanta will play instead of the qualification in the group stage of the tournament.
On 23 June the Italian media reported that in addition to disqualification for Milan faces a fine in the amount of 30 million euros.
Earlier, Forbes published a ranking of the value of football clubs in the world, in which “Milan” was the only one to have fallen in value over the years it has lost 24%.
Recall, as passed Politeka, a fan of the Argentina national team Dean Alex was found dead in the river Matthew minacha (Kerala, India).
After the shameful defeat “albiceleste” Alex disappeared from home after leaving the note. “In this world nothing left that I would like to see. I’m going to die. No one is responsible for my death,” he wrote.
Alex was a personal fan of Lionel Messi and tell my colleagues that Leo will score Croatia and Argentina will win.
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“I saw how he watched the match tonight. He told friends that he will be ashamed to go out and communicate with other people, if Argentina loses,” — said the father of the deceased fan.
30-year-old Alex worked as an accountant in a private firm. He was not married; in his room, except for the suicide note, found a t-shirt of the Argentina national team and cover the phone with Messi’s picture.
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.