Glenn Stinger confirmed that Coxa supports the creation of Libra, but there are still terms that need to be discussed
This week, six clubs from Série A do Brasileiro, Red Bull Bragantino, Corinthians, Flamengo, Palmeiras, Santos, São Paulo and two teams from Série B, Cruzeiro and Ponte Preta, signed a document that states the birth of a new national league: Libra. Coritiba, in turn, joined the other 13 clubs in the Brazilian elite to point out the differences before agreeing to participate in the competition. This Thursday (5), the Coxa Vice President clarified the situation.
In an interview with Banda B, Glenn Stinger revealed the “unfairness” of the new league, pointing to the unequal revenue the six clubs receive, giving Flamengo as an example: “You can’t sign (the Libra’s first proposal) the way it came, it’s impossible. , but the disparity will remain the same The leader declared that it is not possible for Curitiba to compete with Flamengo, and bring in transport revenue 20 times less.
The deputy of Curitiba confirmed that he supports the creation of Libra, as this can help the search for a large investor in SAF alviverde, but there are still terms to discuss: “Today we are working on a valuation so that we can present it to investors. We cannot measure the value of participation in the league.” Glenn Stinger concluded, “If we had a league that was built, ready and working, the value of the club would quadruple.”
Next Tuesday (10), the 40 clubs of the first and second series of Brazil will meet at the headquarters of the Brazilian Football Confederation, in Rio de Janeiro, to facilitate the process of creating a new national league. According to captain Alviverde, Coritiba expects a smaller financial disparity between teams in Libra, then agrees to participate. In the meantime, Coxa continues to prepare to face Avai next Monday (9), at 8 pm, away from his home, for the fifth round of the Brazilian League.
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