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More than a club for its fans. The coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated the chronic crisis to which decades of corruption and incompetence led to the Bucharest DynamoBut he has also fueled a reacti…
More than a club for its fans. The coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated the chronic crisis to which decades of corruption and incompetence led to the Bucharest DynamoBut he has also fueled a reaction from his fans who, with ambition and idealism, are fighting to make their club one of the greatest in Europe again.“Not playing games has made it very difficult, but people have understood that, with or without a pandemic, with crisis or without crisis, Dinamo is loved, and has reacted accordingly”, Ionut Zainea, from the DDB association, told EFE. Those are the initials of Doar Dinamo Bucuresti, an association founded in 2018 and which brings together 6,000 fans who have managed, for the moment, to prevent the team from going bankrupt.FROM FANS TO PARTNERSWith the dues of its affiliates, auctions of t-shirts and other items of sentimental value and the sale of tickets for a virtual match in FIFA, the DBB has so far raised 360,000 euros, which have been used to pay player salaries and pay the license to be able to continue militating in the Romanian first division.In exchange for this help, the DBB has received 10% of the shares, turning the group of fans into partners, a status that allows them to act as a “watchdog” for the management and operations of selling the club’s shares between business groups with no more interest in Dynamo than the economic one.A FOREIGN INVESTOR“The ideal scenario for us is for an investor to come and put tens of millions of euros in Dynamo, although at the moment this may seem utopian”, explained Catalin Alexandru, another of the DDB leaders. “The DDB program is prepared to take control of the club and create the conditions for the arrival of a foreign investor”added this young hobbyist.
. First, the interest of an investment group from the United Arab Emirates came to naught, then the negotiation with an investment fund led by former Seville director Herminio Menéndez failed, and lately the Romanian press talks about the possible purchase by another group represented by the former leader. from Getafe Juan José Melero.A GREAT EUROPEANDinamo, founded in 1948, is the second most successful team in Romania, with 18 league titles and 13 cup titles, only behind its eternal rival, Steaua from Bucharest. During the 1980s, the Dynamo was a regular at European competitions.Then, after the fall of the communist dictatorship in 1989, came the privatization and corrupt and incompetent management of different businessmen, some of whom ended up in jail, while ruining more and more of the team. EFE.IT MAY INTEREST YOURECOMMENDED VIDEO
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