Barcelona were left in unrest on Friday after six board executives surrendered in the wake of censuring the club’s treatment of an internet based life outrage and the money related ramifications of the coronavirus emergency.
Two of the club’s four VPs, Emili Rousaud and Enrique Tombas, were among those to stop, joined by executives Silvio Elias, Josep Pont, Jordi Calsamiglia and Maria Texidor.
In a letter to fans, the executives pointed a finger at president Josep Maria Bartomeu and communicated questions about the board’s capacity to deal with the ramifications of the pandemic, which has cut salary and prompted a 70 percent players’ compensation cut.
They asked Bartomeu to call presidential decisions as quickly as time permits and scrutinized the club for procuring an outsider, I3 Ventures, prior this year to screen web based life inclusion of Barca.
Bartomeu has denied allegations the organization made internet based life records to spread future presidential up-and-comers, and previous and current players, yet he revoked the club’s agreement with the firm at any rate. I3 likewise denied any bad behavior.
“We have shown up now since we can’t switch the manner in which the club is overseen even with significant difficulties later on, particularly in the post-pandemic period,” said the letter, which showed up in Spanish media on Friday.
“We likewise need to show our disappointment over the lamentable scene about the online life accounts, known as ‘Barcagate’, which we found out about through the press.
“As our last demonstration of administration to the club, we suggest that decisions are called when conditions grant so the club can be overseen in the most ideal manner conceivable and manage the significant difficulties of the short term.”
There was no quick response from Barcelona or Bartomeu.
Barca have won eight of the last 11 La Liga titles and drove the standings when football in Spain was inconclusively deferred a month ago.
Spain has endured one of the most noticeably terrible episodes on the planet, with more than 15,000 passings and in excess of 150,000 cases.
Barcelona players, including club skipper Lionel Messi, have accepted an extra decrease in salary to ensure non-playing staff will get full pay rates while soccer is stopped.
Bartomeu, who can’t represent re-appointment as he has served two terms, became Barca president in 2014 after Sandro Rosell’s renunciation.