What happens in Valencia CF?
Valencia CF live what is arguably the worst crisis in its history. Valencian club is economic death headdress, socially and institutionally. sportingly, the thing does not seem to be painted better.
Valencia is considered one of the best clubs in Spain, fighting with Atletico Madrid for the award of third Spanish team. That was until does little, the reality is that today the club suffers a worrying freefall.
A good example of instability in which the Mestalla club lives could be statements that it was their franchise player until a few days ago. Roberto Soldado in his farewell stated that it was because they believe in the project and because he understands that the president had lied. It was the only.
Ernesto Valverde rejected the offer of renewal of the club after saying he did not like the uncertainty and instability of the Valencia project. The arrival of the new president does not seem to have changed the dynamic in excess.
The fans are also losing faith. After selling Soldier, the ultimate reference valencianista, and Villa, Silva, Eye, Pablo Hernandez and Jordi Alba committed in recent years, fans have been left without any inducement sports. The lack of signings and names come to the fore not help much. In addition virtually all they are sounding for Valencia just on another computer.
Six years ago there was a waiting list to join Valencia and occupy a location in Mestalla, Today fertilizer sales have declined alarmingly, almost a 60% despite having reduced the price of the same.
The ruins in which works are becoming the new Mestalla are also a hot potato. In a delusion of grandeur, Juan Soler was launched to build a mega stadium was going to be the best in Europe. With 80.000 towns of art, He aspired to host the final of Champions 2012. Today there could lead tourists visiting Valencia and sell them that they are visiting a Roman coliseum like Rome. Regrettable.
With a huge economic hole and institutions caught with tweezers, things look bad. I will not be coming into the affairs of numbers but the issue has very poor color. The clear decline of a team that perhaps did things right when he could. The clear reflection of the situation of the Spanish society.