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14:56

Sport

The Al-Thani family's debt to Malaga CF totals five million euros

Antonio GÓNGORA

judicial administrator in charge of operations in the absence of ousted president Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani, has stated that the repayment of these loans is key for the club to remain solvent in the coming months. Expenses Following the resignation of

17:41

Sport

Shaheen to sue Malaga for wrongful dismissal as Al-Thani questions administrator's intentions

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...was based are completely false". Sheikh asked to explain how and when he will pay back debt The pair also published a statement this week in which they attacked the actions of the judicial administrator of the club, José María Muñoz, who they say ... cost-saving plans, which were already in place when he arrived. These types of actions make it very clear that the intentions of the judicial administrator, of course, are not to benefit the finances of Malaga." Shaheen's plans The rest of the statement ... According to these optimistic estimates, the money raised would have exceeded 30 million euros. For this reason, the statement calls for a report on the accounts and for Muñoz to be held to greater accountability. "For a judicial administrator to be at the

18:22

Sport

Who will be in charge of Malaga CF once the judicial administrator leaves?

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...take over once the judicial administration, current in place, is over. For the time being, though, BlueBay's involvement in Malaga CF would be limited, only able to attend the club's shareholders meetings. No right to appeal The order does not ... stated that it had full confidence in the judicial system and considered that this decision will also benefit Malaga. "This new resolution will help create the conditions to be able to provide solutions to the difficult situation that the club is going

12:59

National

Top Guardia Civil chiefs fired amid Women's Day march report crisis

SUR

...region is to be formally interviewed by the judge. The Guardia Civil are regularly asked to submit police reports with evidence on cases. However judicial independence means they cannot discuss details with their political bosses. Reports this week said

17:12

Sport

Public prosecution calls for a judicial administrator at Malaga CF

antonio góngora / borja gutiérrez

Al-Thani and his family from the management of Malaga CF, the public prosecution requested the club be put in the hands of judicial administration for six months. They have also demanded a 5.4-million-euro deposit from Al-Thani family, according to the ... hearing. Despite this, president of the APA, Antonio Aguilera, is confident that the judge will accept the public prosecutor's petition: "I believe that the judge will accept the appointment of a judicial administrator [...] We are super happy for

15:34

Sport

Malaga CF open talks with playing staff over reducing wages

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

Last week's plea from La Liga for all clubs to file an ERTE and temporarily lay-off staff has gone unanswered at Malaga CF, where judicial administrator José María Muñoz maintains his stance on the club's long-term plans. Despite income taking a

16:46

Sport

Judge dismisses Al-Thani's request to have Shaheen reinstated at Malaga

Antonio GÓNGORA

Former club chief executive Richard Shaheen will not be returning to Malaga, as requested by the Al-Thani family and the public prosecutor's office, after the judge investigating the case, María de los Ángeles Ruiz González, dismissed the notion on T

15:33

Opinion

Law and disorder

MARK NAYLER

One of the de-escalation process. But even more baffling is Pedro Sánchez's latest judicial decree, passed in congress on Wednesday by a typically random collection of votes, which aims to reduce the already substantial backlog of court cases resulting ... from lockdown. The Spanish judiciary, of course, is being hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, just like every other sector. Judicial institutions have been functioning at around 20% of capacity during the prolonged lockdown, and the Ministry of ... in fiddling around with judicial bureaucracy, the government is doing little more than treating the symptoms of economic stagnation, rather than addressing its fundamental causes, one of the most egregious being over two months of near-total lockdown.