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Vasco SAF Board of Directors met on Wednesday;  777 The Louise Milo question is closed

Vasco SAF Board of Directors met on Wednesday; 777 The Louise Milo question is closed

Vasco SAF Board of Directors met on Wednesday; 777 The Louise Milo question is closed

The poor relationship between the leaders of the Vasco Association and the director of the SAF led the meeting of the board of directors, on Wednesday. Members of the club’s board of directors demanded a position from CEO Luiz Melo, as they understood he had signed the term of membership as a member of Flamengo. Despite the crisis between the leaders, 777 Partners, which is in control, treated the matter as a turning point.

The Sharjah Art Foundation Board of Directors meeting takes place every three months and has already been scheduled. The conference featured executives from 777 Partners, directors of Sharjah Art Foundation and members of the Associations Club, such as President Jorge Salgado. There is a very big distance between the SAF management and the club’s directors, who have considered asking for the sacking of Luis Melo.

On assuming his position as CEO of SAF, in August last year, Louise Milo announced that he “does not own, directly or indirectly, any association […] A club or sporting entity, with the exception of the founding shareholder, CLUB DE REGATAS VASCO DA GAMA”.

Louise Melo gave official clarifications and confirmed that there was no illegal act. The executives from 777 Partners understood the same way and supported the leader. The company is treating the matter as closed, according to people ge consulted.

Football moment and Sao Januaro

The meeting was the first with Nicolás Maia, who took a seat on the board of directors after the departure of Juan Arciniegas, which was made official on Tuesday. Nikola shared in person. 777 other leaders joined by videoconference.

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There were other topics on the agenda, such as bad moments in football and the conditions at São Janurio. The stadium belongs to the association, but it is leased to the Sudanese Armed Forces. There was no understanding on this matter.

There were also questions about Vasco’s position in the Brazilian Championship’s relegation zone, but as in the last meeting, at the beginning of the month, there was the promise of reinforcements.

Source: ge