Barça believe that Rousaud has disrespected the board

first_imgMany managers consider it a disregard for their abilities by distinguishing between top and second-rate managers. In this line, Jordi Mestre, former sports vice president, spoke on Wednesday night, who in RAC 1 said that “Rousaud says that Bartomeu may have been drunk with power, but who tells us that he has not been drunk with power since he became vice president?”Another aspect that Rousaud is criticized for is that he did not accept the board’s agreements as his own. They consider that one may have different criteria than most, but that if at the end after discussion he decides a specific course of action, this must be defended as if it were his own. In this regard, they believe that Rousaud and others have endeavored to make it clear that they did not share the palliative recipes of economic scope that the jujnta approved with the ERTE.And then there is the case of the management of Social Networks with the I3 Ventures scandal. There, yes, many, not even with a small mouth, agree with Rousaud. The Barcelona board has not yet made an official statement in response to the serious accusations that Emili Rousaud launched on Wednesday. after President Josep Maria Bartomeu announced that he had lost confidence in him and announced an immediate demotion from vice president to member of the board, leaving the door open for him to disassociate himself from the council with a resignation. However, this newspaper has been able to contact some of the board members of the still executive in which there is a sector that reproach him with a lack of respect for the boxmates.One of the phrases that Rousaud has repeated the most in his public interventions is that if Bartomeu does without him, with Tombas, with Pont and with Silvio Elias, it is because he wants a “low profile” meeting. That affirmation, beyond the fact that some fellow directors may agree on any of the approaches on other issues such as I3 Ventures or sports policy, He has sat very badly on the board.last_img read more