Sunday , August 1 2021

Familia Rendón wants to convey Cartagena Real to the governor

Through a statement, the heroic team directors made official interest. They hope to form a competitive team in 2019.

Real President Cartagena, Rodrigo Alejandro Rendón Ruiz, issued a letter in response to Bolivar governor's statement, Dumek Turbay Paz, last week in terms of returning to team management as in 2005 when he was a sports manager and repeat a successful business management model that has a Cartagena business community led the team to national runners-up that season under technical command Hernán Darío Herrera.

"We as a club do not have the economic resources needed to build a dream team that gives us more possibilities for promotion, but you have it before many businessmen and city leaders and departments try to do little to achieve goals," Rendón Ruiz wrote in a statement public issued yesterday.

However, the highest representative of Bolivarenses, stressed: "It will be necessary to see in real terms what they want (the Rendón family) to hand over the administrative part of the team, what is the economic transfer that the Club Dimayor, how long they will be willing to hand over what will happen to the group of entrepreneurs who will arrive if the promotion is finally achieved. "

Turbay added that "it is still too early to give answers without knowing the minimum conditions of everything because the statement does not touch some points of interest to the community and Cartagena will come to restore Real credibility. What I can say is that as a Bolivaranse I want to hold a meeting with they are to find out in detail what they want. Fans need their team at 'A & # 39; because Cartagena and Bolívar are elite, here is one of the best boxes in Colombia. We all want to see Real on & # 39; "But the owners also have to show that they also want to see their team in big Colombian football," Turbay Paz told EL HERALDO.

Regarding the performance that will be played by the Rendón and Garcés families if the cession is given, the statement states that "we will remain independent of the management the company is doing with professional staff and we will continue to work with small divisions from campus and continue to attend club economic restructuring plans ( before the Superintendence of Companies) ".

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