That comparisons are odious was invented by someone who always looked worse. Sometimes they are necessary to open the eyes of those who close them even in the face of evidence. Before reading on, understand that the big difference between a subsidy and a sponsorship is that the latter entails consideration. For this reason, Mallorca intended to offer the name of its municipal stadium, no matter how long the usufruct, in exchange for 1,800,000 euros to be paid by the Consell Insular de Mallorca and, later as a result of the scandal, by the Palma City Council and the Govern. Cort has fallen out of the agreement due to the real possibility of incurring in some irregularity. Given the ridiculousness of repeating the name of the club itself on the premises, New concepts have been sought now more typical of the subsidy than of the sponsorship.
There are similar cases in other communities, for example between Osasuna, which is also not a public limited company, and the Pamplona City Council. An agreement currently in litigation for reasons that have nothing to do with those that concur in our case. But it ends as it ends in Navarra, see, compare and if you find something better, buy. The Pamplona Corporation pays between 84,000 and 100,000 euros a year, one twentieth of what the institutions involved intend to contribute here. In exchange, he receives: 1) Advertising on the club’s social networks. 2) The logo of the City Council in six of the vomitories of El Sadar. 3) Transfer of first team players to attend municipal events. 4) Formation of groups of «coworkids» to train children. 4) Transfer of club facilities for public events. 5) Passes in favor of the City Council for 10 days. 6) Authorization to the City Council to organize visits to the Stadium.
I believe that it will not be necessary to add any comment. The great showman of radio and press Riki Lash He ended all his programs with this phrase: “If you liked it, tell your friend.” I will finish by saying that if it seems good to you, send it to the boss. Nope, Cladera no, but Armengol.