Bangura may leave AIK
In recent week’s Sierra Leonean striker, Mohamed ‘Poboshy’ Bangura has been in much debate in all the headlines in Swedish newspapers and websites talking about his tragedy and his wonderful display for the defending Champions that have branded him a successful player.
Today it is reported that for contingency plans to save their financial status the fine goal getter will leave the Stockholm side if possible, though it is not yet clear where he will be heading to, but earlier in September Egyptian champions Al Ahly requested the services of the new Leone Stars wonder boy and former hit man from local club FC Kallon.
Despite winning the gold medal last year and qualifying for the Champions League battle AIK is in severe financial trouble, the report stated.
Sierra Express Media can reveal the club’s new plan to sell off not only the Sierra Leonean Mohamed Bangura, but a few other players as well to strengthen their financial ability. “Players must not become commodities”; these were the words from the player’s agent Patrick Mork.
Recently AIK is the latest in February to repay a loan of SKR 15 million and this will be a hard economic blow if the team falls out of the headlines.
The Board has requested an extraordinary general meeting authorized to issue and list equity loans. The decision is made to launch a plan that provides the ability to sell off all economic rights to the team’s players.
The club continues to have the pure athletic ownership of the player but leaves the economic rights to the investor. The most controversial is that the buyer can then transfer the player’s rights, through securities, to anyone. Agent Patrick’s draw, which includes representing AIK’s big star Mohamed Bangura, warns of the dangers of club football and completely gives up control over who makes money on players.
The club must be careful that it does not become more difficult for the players to get away. The players may not be traded with other external forces slow sales because they think the price could go up more. There is a difference between people and plants and industries. These are people of flesh and blood,” says Mork.
Although AIK retains the right to decide any bid Mork believes that the club’s future plans involve risk. “There is still AIK who owns the formal right to say yes or no to a sale but in practice it becomes so that there is great pressure from investors elsewhere.”
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