Jupiler Pro LeagueThe standard will again appear before the licensing committee on Tuesday. There you should provide a further explanation of the deal with the 777 – American acquirers. Until then: No license for the people of Liege.
Nobody is looking at it now. Standard will have to defend itself again next week before the Belgian Football Association’s Licensing Committee. Just like he had to do a few times in recent years.
That’s it: although the deal with the US investment fund 777 is almost complete – and Standard initially received positive advice from the commission – signatures have not yet been drawn up. In other words, the acquisition is still not one hundred percent certain. In principle, all paperwork will be completed in mid-April, so the acquisition will become official.
Within the licensing committee, they want to be one hundred percent sure that a deal is indeed imminent. They want certainty and guarantees about the club’s continuity. Not delivered at present.
Another extension of Venanzi
So both Bruno Finanzi and the Americans should speed up the file. Because on April 13th at the latest, the licensing committee will make a decision. This is Finanzi’s last extension as president of Rouches. 777 acquires 100 percent of its shares.
They in Liege are not too worried. In their opinion, the completion of the transaction is just a formality. Now it is important to convince the licensing committee of this.
This weekend, delegates from 777 will come to Liege. They will most likely attend the match against Al Ittihad.
And finalizing the deal along the way?
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