Paul Geysens is currently in the eye of the storm. All Antwerp club owner companies are written in the books with a red pen. Pascal Pippin attacks the businessman harshly.
Glamco is experiencing a structural loss, while its secondary activities are also making losses. Not only have Antwerp Football Club's accounts turned red – and we're not referring to the club's colours – but Paul Giessens' horse farm and news agency are also making losses.
Meanwhile, owner The great old To understand the seriousness of the situation. After all, Gheysens can shout from the rooftops that there is no problem, but that message is not getting through to employees waiting for their money. De Bosuil's staff has also heard that message this season.
“Not paying employees is the last and lowest thing you do as a manager,” Pascal Pipin says emphatically. latest news. “I have been negative about the Ghelamco and Gheysens projects for a year. He claims the opposite, but again: it is not normal to not be able to pay wages in some of your companies.”
Will Antwerp FC also collapse like a house of cards?
The financial expert wonders not if that will backfire, but when. “Guillamco is a house of cards ready to collapse. We must be very clear about this. Gheysens keeps looking for excuses, but who still believes him?”
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