Club Brugge get even more hampered for the construction of his new stadium. The West-Flemish metaalmagnaat Joris Ide, partner of Marc Coucke and from march 1, co-owner of Anderlecht, also signs of resistance to the Council of State against the construction of the new stadium of blue-black. That reports the newspaper The Time. Also Paul Gheysens, ceo in Ghelamco, signed all appeal to.
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Joris Ide is the owner of 50 acres of land where the stadium of the Club. Paul Gheysens, ceo in Ghelamco, who already issue a freezing order, has a farm of about 4,6 hectares of land to the Blankenbergsesteenweg. At The Time, Joris Ide means that he has nothing against a new stadium of Club Brugge, but that he is not going to will let expropriate.
The news is surprising, because Sunday did Marc Coucke, together with Ide, so the new owner of Anderlecht, a call to the slump in the Belgian stadiondossiers to stop. “If we were all each other’s new stadiums to award and support!! Then the Belgian soccer at forward. Stop the jealousy and onderkruiperij!”, tweette Coucke Sunday. On the news on Monday responded to the entrepreneur with a new post on Twitter, in which he once again pleaded with the ranks to close:
The message from Sunday: