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A BOLA – Entrepreneur announces purchase of 55.8% SAD and promises “great achievements” (Santa Clara)



A BOLA - Entrepreneur announces purchase of 55.8% SAD and promises "great achievements" (Santa Clara)

Businessman Bruno Bello Vicintin, who was once vice president of Cruzeiro and is the son of the president of SAD do Alverca (Ricardo Vicintin), announced this Thursday via social media that he has acquired a 55.8% stake in SAD from Santa Clara.

Bruno Bello Vicintin says it is “one of the biggest challenges of his managerial career”, guarantees a “dream” and promises “great achievements” for

Azores Club.

So far, the Santa Clara SAD has been led by businessman Ismail Uzun.


I, Bruno Bello Vichintin, hereby inform you that, as of today, I have acquired a 55.8% stake in SAD from @cd_santaclara.

This will be one of the biggest challenges of my managerial career, and I confess that I am fulfilling a big dream. One of my professional goals has always been the management of a football club. Those who know me know how passionate I am about sports.

But it’s not just passion. I have been preparing for this since the first day of my life. I am a Civil Engineer and recently received the title of Sporting Director of the Portuguese Football Federation in 2020 and have been successful in professional and training football in Brazil. I hope to repeat the success in Santa Clara.

To all the #BravosAçorianos, I declare my ambition to lead the club to great things. Winning is in my DNA. Whether in industry, agriculture or football.

I count on the support of all the fans in this new phase because now I am one of you.

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UEFA rankings: Loss to Gil Vicente is bad news for Portugal



UEFA rankings: Loss to Gil Vicente is bad news for Portugal

The season is just starting, but the news about the UEFA rankings for Portugal is not good anymore.

After V. Guimarães was eliminated from the Conference League, Gil Vicente almost said goodbye to the competition this Thursday. after losing to AZ Alkmaar 4-0.

And more than a loss to a rival from the Netherlands, who ranks sixth in the rankings ahead of Portugal, the eventual elimination of Gil Vicente will matter.

With this victory, AZ Alkmaar gives the Netherlands one more point – plus 0.5 from PSV Eindhoven’s draw on Tuesday in the Champions League play-offs. Which is not a problem, not least because Benfica also won a point for Portugal. beating Dean. Kyiv.

But if the relegation of Gil Vicente is confirmed, Portugal will start the European group stage with only four teams able to score: Porto, Sporting CP, Benfica and Sp. Braga. And these points will always be divided by the total number of teams that have qualified for the competition. That is six.

The Netherlands, which have qualified with only five teams, remain with all of them in the competition for now. And only Twente, which lost this Thursday in Florence to Fiorentina (2-1) is in danger of being removed.

The Netherlands started the season before Portugal, so if the league does not catch up with the Eredivisie at the end of the season, it will fall to seventh place and at the same time lose a place in the Champions League and a team in European competition. There will be five instead of the current six.

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Who should also be concerned is France, which sees the Netherlands also close to fifth place as a result of the last five seasons.

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BOLA – Varandas completed part of the restructuring of the debt to the bank (Sporting)



A BOLA - balancing Frederico Varandas: “We passed our green-white list with a clear conscience” (Sporting)

Sporting, eight years later, managed to complete part of the restructuring of the bank’s debt, which was estimated at 240 million euros.

After converting the bonds purchased from BCP into equity in SAD, through two capital increases totaling €83.6 million, they became majority shareholders of the company. There is still an agreement with Novo Banco to terminate the restructuring process started in 2014.

In March, Sporting already reached an agreement with BCP to purchase €83.7m of mandatory convertible securities (VMOC) for just €14m.

To complete this stage of the process, it was necessary to convert the VMOC into SAD equity, which happened last week, where two capital increases were made through the conversion of debt securities in the amount of 27.57 million and 56 million euros, with the company to now have a total net worth of 150.6 million, more than double the amount she had prior to this action.

This initiative also increased the participation of Alvaro Sobrinho from 29,851 percent to 13,283 percent and that of Joaquim Oliveira from 3,186 percent to 1,418 percent of SAD leonina.

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Sporting: details of the sale of Matheus Nunez to Wolverhampton



Sporting: details of the sale of Matheus Nunez to Wolverhampton

Sporting have informed the Securities Market Commission (CMVM) that Matheus Nunez has signed for Wolves for €45m.

In the statement, the Lions also mention that the deal could be worth 50 million euros, depending on the goals of the English team and the player himself. In addition, the green-and-white emblem took ten percent of the surplus value of the future transmission.

Also pay attention to the four and a half million associated with the payment of intermediary services.

After visiting Ericeirense and Estoril, Matheus Nunez joined the Sporting team for the 2019/20 season. After 101 games and eight goals, the Portuguese moves to Wolverhampton and joins the Portuguese fleet under Bruno Lage. for others, Wolves already announced the arrival of the 23-year-old midfielder last night.

Sporting statement for CMVM:

SPORTING CLUBE DE PORTUGAL – FUTEBOL, SAD (hereinafter Sporting SAD or Sociedade) informs under the conditions and in order to comply with the obligation to provide information arising from the provisions of Article 17 of Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April as follows: 1. Sporting SAD has reached an agreement with WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS FOOTBALL CLUB (1986) LIMITED (hereinafter WOLVERHAMPTON) for the final transfer of the sports rights of the player Matheus Luis Nunez, guaranteeing the Company the right to receive an amount corresponding to 10% of the surplus value of the future transfer;

2. In connection with the transfer, Sporting SAD will receive a fixed amount of €45,000,000 (€45 million) plus a variable maximum amount of up to €5,000,000 (€5 million) due depending on Wolverhampton related objectives. the participation of a football team in the Champions League and the Player’s participation in games;

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3. The costs of intermediary services in connection with the aforementioned transfer amount to EUR 4,454,667.00 (four million four hundred fifty-four thousand six hundred sixty-seven euros), plus a maximum variable amount up to EUR 494,963.00 (four hundred ninety-four thousand nine hundred sixty-three Euro);

4. The value of the Solidarity Mechanism through external clubs will be supported by Sporting SAD and WOLVERHAMPTON in equal shares.

Lisbon, August 18, 2022

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