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The PSOE will demand in the Plenary to modify the ordinance of sports facilities to be free for all teams (12/01/2018)

The Municipal Socialist Group will take to the Plenary Session of the City Council to be held on Thursday January 25 a motion asking the Consistory to amend the ordinance governing the use of sports facilities in the municipality for the football teams of the municipality that do not compete in category can use the fields for free, since otherwise they will be forced to leave the competition.

This proposal of the PSOE is put on the table after the Consistory has communicated to 13 clubs of the municipality that are active in the categories of Regional, First Autonomic and Regional Autonomous Preferred that must pay amounts of around 5,000 euros a year to develop their activity in local ownership equipment.

That amounts to 66,000 euros, "a perfectly acceptable amount by the City of Murcia," according to Larrosa.

"The councilman Felipe Coello, in his two and a half years of management at the head of the Department of Sports and Health, has not applied the rate to the football teams of Murcia and now, once the season has begun, they will charge them without notice a money that will force many of those teams to leave the competition or to carry out their training in other municipalities in which they will be charged a lower cost for the use of the facilities ", explained the representative of the PSOE after talking to some of the affected clubs.

The application of the aforementioned ordinance has caused much commotion among those clubs, which prepare protest measures, such as the one planned for Sunday by the Sports Club Pool.

The eleven players of this team will sit next to their goal during the first minute of the game they will play against Jumilla in the municipal sports field of the district.

The PSOE, which supports this protest, will take its demand to the next Plenary asking that the use of these facilities be free for all teams of the municipal district regardless of their category.

"We all know that the councilman does not like football, but we did not think he wanted to professionalize it so much," said Larrosa, who is asking for a solution to avoid an unfortunate outcome.

"The teams of districts are seen and they are wished to survive, because it costs them a lot of work to cover the expenses that are generated from the payments to the Federation so that the kids and young people can practice sport and now they find this measure of When they hardly have the means to generate resources, these clubs, which carry out a great educational and training work with sports spirit, will be forced to lower the blinds and in what position do they leave the City Council? "Asks the socialist mayor , who throws to the air one more issue that would remain pending solution: "What do we plan to do with the facilities if these teams abandon them ?, Does the City Council think that they will be handed over to the professional teams to whom, according to the ordinances, they are granted the use freely? "

The councilor of the PSOE makes it clear that the Municipal Socialist Group has "nothing against" that supports all sports, "but we do not see that it helps both to compete in a national category and so little to others for the fact of representing your locality and your municipality in the autonomous area ".

In this sense, he calls for support for the most needy teams and points out that the lack of this support also affects more professional football and as a button shows.

The Real Murcia and UCAM, the two football teams of the municipality that play in the group IV of Second Division B, only have two players from the land in their ranks each, something understandable in light of the case that is made to this sport in its lower categories.

Source: PSOE Murcia

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