Turkish club board Eendracht Aalst must apologize and repay 76,000 euros: “80 percent of the non-profit organization must be in the hands of people who live here”

Sports councilor Matthias De Ridder and the board of Eendracht Aalst came to a decision on four action points that should bring the club into less turbulent waters. — © if


After several turbulent days at the Eendracht Aalst football club, with a suspension of youth activities as a sad low point, the Turkish club board and the city council have reached an agreement in which the city of Eendracht imposes a number of measures: apologies to the offended youth trainers, the reimbursement of such n 76,000 euros in rent and other arrears to the city and more people on the club board who live here instead of in Turkey.

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