“I will recommend good investments for the owner, not because today is Friday and I want to earn on Monday, but because I want the owner to have a sustainable investment and sales model for the next two or three years” (The Athletic Magazine 27-1 -2020).These words are in the antipodes of that will to want to arrive that our best bequeathed us, those who made this club we love respected. If in the APV they feel comfortable with a management model that has made the VCF a means and not an end, that they know, although surely they would already imagine it, that they will not count on us. We believe that they are contributing to whiten those who have come to the club to serve and not to serve.Therefore, we prefer to put land in between and separate our path from the APV. It is a painful decision, but we believe that acts like the aforementioned besamanos do not help, precisely, to defend the Valencian fan. They do not represent us and shame us deeply.We will not participate in this legitimization and we encourage those who are unhappy with this way of proceeding to act in conscience. The VCF deserves an APV that does not act as a transmission belt, as if it were the vertical union, of those who humiliate us continuously with their contempt. When this subservience disappears, we hope to re-integrate into it.Any small action to manifest discontent counts. The machinery to generate Meriton disaffection feeds on the resignation of the fan to face him (In life, not everything is money). We will always try to be, to the extent of our modest weight in the social mass of the club, in the solution that will one day allow our team to stop being a mere branch of an international soccer transactions agency.In the meantime, we will try to do the opposite of what Murthy wants, which is that we stop before the damage inflicted on the VCF. Amunt! The directives of both clubs have made their decision following the Visit of President Anil Murthy on February 13 to the Agrupació de Penyes del Valencia (APV), a meeting that they describe as “besamanos organized by the APV”. “We do not want to be part of a structure that is uncritically put to the propaganda service of those who, among other excesses and disrespect, make claims that they are at the antipodes of that will to want to arrive that our best bequeathed us.”Statement from the VCF Sud and Puçol ClubsThis is a statement that we would never have wanted to write, but the kisser organized by the APV to the most infamous president that our club has had in its history has made us decide to take the step of leaving this coordinator of fans.If we have previously shown our disagreement with the follow-up that, by action or omission, made the APV of Meriton’s decisions, the colonial scenography to which they lent themselves at the meeting on Thursday, February 13 with Murthy now produces a huge rejection. We do not want to be part of a structure that is uncritically put to the propaganda service of whom, among other excesses and disrespect, affirms the following: The sports crisis in which Valencia de Celades is immersed in recent weeks and the social crisis in which the club lives since summer has also reached the heart of the Agrupació de Penyes. Two Valencian clubs, specifically VCF Sud and Puçol, hometown of the Pep Claramunt myth, have issued a statement announcing their departure from the Agrupació de Penyes for their “servility” to the management of Peter Lim and specifically to that of Anil Murthy, which they qualify as the “most infamous president” of the centennial black and white history.
In a brief hearing before Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Helen I. Bendix, the judge told lawyers the evaluation service will give both sides a neutral idea of the strengths and weaknesses of their cases. Although the service was not created to bring about pre-trial settlements, the end result is often just that, she said. The lawyers appeared far from reaching a settlement. The singer’s lawyers told Bendix that mediation was unsuccessful and that they still have not received much of the information they requested from Priority Records. However, Priority Records attorney David A. Steinberg said more than 20,000 documents have been turned over to the entertainer’s lawyers already. “The plaintiffs are speculating that there is more information than there really is,” Steinberg said. Rapper Snoop Dogg and Priority Records should put their $2 million dispute over CD royalties before a Superior Court case evaluation service, a judge told attorneys in the case today. The Long Beach-born rapper, record producer and actor — whose real name is Calvin Broadus — filed suit last Nov. 22, alleging breach of contract. He claims they owe him money under a 1998 recording agreement and that they did not consult with him concerning their release of his greatest hits CD. Chief among the singer’s claims is that Priority Records did not pay him a $950,000 advance promised to him after he recorded “Tha Last Meal.” Priority Records maintains in its court papers that the singer waited too long to file his lawsuit and that it should be barred. Bendix said she did not know until today that Broadus is the famed rapper. “Now I realize who we’re talking about here,” Bendix said. “I didn’t recognize the non-professional name, so to speak.” Bendix called the case “very interesting.” Bendix was scheduled to set dates today for future hearings and the trial, but she said she will now make the selections Oct. 23. Today’s hearing was the first before Bendix. Priority Records filed papers in July disqualifying Judge Robert L. Hess from hearing the case. Priority Records is now affiliated with EMI, according to Broadus’ court papers. Broadus pleaded guilty last month to having a collapsible baton in his carry-on bag at John Wayne Airport and was sentenced to three years informal probation and 160 hours of community service.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!