Andrés Rodríguez’s Real Jaén has made what should be normal become newsworthy. Yesterday Thursday, at 2:00 p.m., and less than a day for the deadline given by the coach of the white team to expire, the expected conclave between the new management team and Juan Arsenal took place. The natural coach of Hellín received 50% of the debt and a few brief outlines of the project that they are trying to launch between Manuel Molinero, David Piedra and Joaquín Quirós.
Arsenal received half of his salary and asked about the situation in which the rest of his technical team was left, as well as the workers of Real Jaén. The entity, whose shares are still held by Andrés Rodríguez, owes the players four monthly payments and some workers nine. The answer he got was “that it had been decided to start with the first coach, but that the intention was to get financial resources to update the rest of the club’s employees.” The new management team is set as a deadline on June 30, if by then they have not achieved economic viability “they will leave.”
For Arsenal this is “good news. A reason for trust because they have kept the word they gave me.
What remains on hold is the necessary sports planning. “It makes no sense to start until the financial resources are known,” says the Albacete coach.
In this way, Molinero, Piedra and Quirós have put out a fire and bought some time. But it should not be forgotten that Real Jaén is dying while a businessman, Ramón García, from Almeria, keeps open a judicial process that, he assures, will end with the main shareholding package in his possession. García continues to affirm that he has economic liquidity to meet the needs of Real Jaén.
What still does not have a date is the press conference of the Molinero team to present their project despite the fact that it was announced that it would be held between June 14 and 20.