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9th July 2010 Comments (1) Views: 273 Club News

Sale of the club completed

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The sale of Real Mallorca to the consortium headed by Llorenç Serra Ferrer has been completed. Serra Ferrer has taken 65% of the shares whilst Miguel Angel and Rafael Nadal took 10%. The remaining shares were divided up amongst different board members.

Josep Pons will be the new president, replacing Miquel Vaquer who was at the club temporarily. Rafael Nadal was offered the role of vice president, which he rejected. The role instead will be split between Serra Ferrer and Jaume Cladera.

With the board comes more news. Dudu Aouate has agreed in principal a two year contract extension. The Israeli goalkeeper has signalled his intentions of finishing his career on the island. Midfielder Pep Marti, who has been removed from squad lists, is still waiting for a new contract. And Fernando Varela missed training to travel to Turkey where he is in talks with another club. Rumour has it that Pierre Webo will be following him up there.

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One Response to Sale of the club completed

  1. Gerrit says:

    Dudu Aouate staying? This news makes my day! He’s been my favourite football player for a long time and it would be very sad for me to see anyone else between the posts. It would be fantastic if Dudu would indeed sign his new contract.

    And the sale to a new board hopefully offers some light at the end of the tunnel financially. Hopefully UEFA will not withdraw the license to play in the Europa League as we all know TV incomes and bonuses for on-pitch success in the Europa League would be quite welcome. Seems there is renewed optimism surrounding the club, which is great! Bring on the new season! :)

    PS: didn’t Rafael Nadal play for RCDM in the youth teams before he had to make a choice between football and tennis? If only he’d donate some price money from his recent successes to the club….

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