World threatened by the supporters, the general manager of Feyenoord resigns
Photo - Sophie Tapie finds a smile: this beautiful moment of exchange with the fans of the OM
© Jacovides-Moreau / Bestimage photo - Sophie Tapie finds the smile: this beautiful moment of exchange with the supporters of the 'OM Marseille - Lorient, which took place Sunday, October 17 at the Vélodrome Stadium, hosted a particular supporter: Sophie Tapie. Like his father, Bernard Tapie, she's a big fan of this football club and she can count on the fans to find a smile. Marseille and the Clan Tapie, it is a great love story. More specifically Olympique de Marseille and his supporters.
present since 2009 within Feyenoord - team he had joined as sales manager at the time - Mark Koevermans will leave his position. The managing director of the Rotterdam Club from December 1st. The former professional tennis player (N ° 37 at the ATP) took this decision following the multiple threats of a bangs lasting supporters of the current 4th of Eredevisie. Indeed, Koevermans saw the windows of his broken house, as well as his gateway tagged during the night last month. Qualified degradations of scandalous by his future ex-club.
This conflict between leaders and fans began when the project to replace Kuip's mythical stadium with a more modern enclosure was mentioned in 2016 and then validated last December by the city council of Rotterdam.
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"It hurts to have to make this decision, but I think it's the best thing to do. The club, colleagues and many people will miss me terribly ", said Mark Koevermans in a statement.
remains to get back to tennis.
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