City of Kielce has no money to support PGE Vive Kielce

PGE Vive Kielce The PGE Vive Kielce president Bertus Servaas tried to calm down situation after media wrote about “bankruptcy” of the Polish champions, but his “pressure” on local authorities didn’t give a result. The City of Kielce has no 4.5m (about 1m EUR) to help the team to get out of the debt.In 2016, the president of Servaas for the first time applied for support of two million, saying that this is an exceptional situation. In 2017, this was the second time and the existence of the club was dependent on these 2 million. I prepared this resolution with the evident protest of accounting services. We have now saved 2.5 million for VIVE. In February, the club’s authorities asked us to withdraw them immediately. Then everything was supposed to be good. We have now received an application for 4.5 million – comments President Wojciech Lubawski.The city does not have such money. I met the president several times and told him clearly that if he counts on anything, it is only after the half-year settlement and we can speak a maximum of a few hundred thousand. He was aware of that, and yet he said that if we want a club in Kielce, we must give 4.5 million zlotys. I do not dare to take such an amount to other entities. ← Previous Story Women’s Junior WCh 2018: Seven Europeans and Korea Next Story → RK Metalurg to sign Mladen Rakcevic read more

Junior Minister Brian Hayes is running for Europe

first_imgTHE JUNIOR MINISTER at the Department of Finance has announced that he will hold a press conference tomorrow to outline his intentions on a European bid.Rumours have abound over Hayes’ intentions since last year, but he has remained largely non-committal on the issue.Fine Gael has tonight announced a press conference at Leinster House tomorrow and, despite the event invite saying that Hayes will outline his intentions, has learned that he will seek the candidacy of his party.It is also understood that Fine Gael top brass are supportive of the plan, which will see Hayes attempt to retain the seat held by Gay Mitchell.Hayes was first elected to the Dáil in the Dublin South-West constituency in 1997. He lost his seat in 2002, but was re-elected in 2007 and again in 2011.He was named the Minister for State at the Department of Finance as well as the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, with specific responsibility for the Office of Public Works in 2011.Read: Will Brian Hayes run for Europe? ‘I haven’t made my mind up yet,’ he saysRead: Hayes says ‘wait and see’ on Euro election run but Norah Casey insists: ‘I’m out’last_img read more