WARSAW, Poland. October 1 (PSN) – Not all is going well at Legia Warsaw. According to “Przeglad Sportowy”, the Lazienkowska club may soon say goodbye to Dariusz Mioduski, if not by force.
The conflict between the ownership trio of Legia Warsaw erupted on Saturday and has since become the main topic of football in Poland.
The bone of contention between the owners of Legia is each having a different concept of club management. The case concerns primarily the relationship with the fans, whose actions recently were the direct result of Legia being forced to play their UEFA Champions League home fixture with Real Madrid behind closed doors.
As such, Dariusz Mioduski is not happy with how the club is currently operating and believes that instead of going forward, it is only taking several steps back. He made this clear during Thursday’s press conference that the functioning of Legia is in such a way that it does not make sense.
“I’m not going to look for blame in UEFA. The problem is with us, inside the club.” stated Mioduski on Thursday, when asked of his opinion on UEFA’s decision to close the doors for Legia’s game with Real.
The other two owners of the Polish champion, Boguslaw Lesnodorski and Maciej Wandzel apparently have a different concept of running the club.
It should be noted that Mioduski has a 60 percent stake in the club. It is true that each of the owners has the same right to vote, but without his consent the club cannot make several key decisions.
What is in store for the future of Legia? At this point, to develop a common understanding between the trio of owners is as likely as Legia winning the UEFA Champions League.
“One of the cornerstones of our disagreement – and a very important issue – is a matter of financial resources of the club. Me and Maciej Wandzel for a long time believe that the owners of the club cannot be the people and investors who have no money and can not support it financially. Dariusz never contributed a penny into the club.” revealed Lesnodorski on live air during a show for media network “Eleven”.
One of the possible scenarios for the upcoming weeks is Mioduski’s shares of Legia being bought out by Lesnodorski and Wandzel.
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