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PSG, OM, OL, ASSE … Labrune: ‘French football saved’

Zapping Onze Mondial EXCEPT: Little Brother Interview with Édouard Mendy! Despite a loss of € 645 million for Ligue 1 clubs between 2020 and 2021, French football is doing quite well, according to Vincent Labrune. In an interview with Les Echos, the president of the Professional Football League (LFP) was pleased to have set up a commercial company with an investment fund of CVC Capital Partners to spend € 1.5 billion in cash. ”French football has been saved. But she is still recovering. During an extremely difficult and disturbing period, we have been able to mobilize our strengths to turn our weaknesses into strengths and turn constraints into opportunities. Our union has allowed us to create the conditions for a ‘new deal’ in French football that will allow us to emerge stronger from the storm we have experienced. The elements are there for us to get into a good circle, which is the meaning of the Renaissance project of the league and clubs, ”Vincent Labrune explained. “This money is nothing more than a blank check.” The former president of Marseilles Olympique has returned to this famous € 1.5 billion, saying: “This money is nothing more than a blank check to reward bad results. We will ensure This is a particularly unique opportunity to invest in a Ligue 1 product to make it better, using the digital potential as a means of strengthening the link between Ligue 1 and supporters, as is the case in other sports. “The business plan approved by the NBA or the NFL (…) CVC is to reach € 1.8 billion per year by 2028.” Amazon and Cana +, meanwhile, paid € 663 million to buy the 2021. In the 2022 season, Vincent Labrune refuses to abandon the encrypted channel: “That doesn’t mean the league is closing its doors to Canal +, which was its historic partner. e. There was resentment and we are restoring a relationship of trust with them. We will not change their minds if they decide that they no longer need French football. But we never said we wanted to do everything without them. Our goal is to strengthen relationships with all existing partners and find others who will want to invest in the ever-accelerating football. Acceleration is good. We have not wasted time, but we still need to speed up to make sure we are on the right side with the clubs, the federation and the players. as a GAFAM-owned broadcast and not on television via Canal +. To sum up, Vincent Labrune, president of the Professional Football League (LFP), was pleased with the deal with the investment fund CVC, which “saved French football”. French football saved. But he continues to recover. During an extremely difficult and disturbing period, we have been able to mobilize our strengths collectively to turn our weaknesses into strengths and our constraints into opportunities. Our union has allowed us to create the conditions for a ‘new deal’ on French football that will allow us to emerge from the storm we have experienced. The elements are in order for us to get into a good circle, which is the meaning of the Renaissance project run by the league and the clubs, ”he said in an interview with Les Echos.
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