National: Furious over announced takeover, Red Star supporters stop match against Sete

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This Friday the national meeting between Red Star and FC Sete was interrupted twice in the first period due to supporters’ discontent. Audience Club fans are protesting the acquisition announced by the American Investment Fund.

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The announced acquisition of Red Star not only makes people happy. This Friday’s meeting of the National Championship, where Audionian club FC Sete receives, was interrupted by the referee for several minutes in the first 19th minute after pyrotechnics were thrown onto the lawn by Bauer’s ultrasound. If play resumes, new overflows occur in the 30th minute, forcing the referee to send the players back to the locker room.

In a press release published in recent days, Red Star leaders announced exclusive talks with the US investment fund 777 Partners with a view to buy it 100%. This Friday, several songs such as “777 Not Welcome” or “777 Break Up” were sung.

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This is the first home game since the project was announced. “These special discussions are taking place in conjunction with the club’s desire to accelerate growth and realize its sporting project. 777 partners were chosen by Patrice Haddad for the quality of their project, based in particular on an ambitious sporting policy is, respecting the environment.” Supported by the club’s identity and appropriate investments, indicated the press release. At the end of the consultation and approval processes that will allow the completion of the transaction, Patrice Haddad will continue her commitment to the Redee Presidency of Star FC.”

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Investment fund 777 Partners has been expanding in the football world in recent seasons, most notably with its acquisition of Genoa last September. The company also holds shares in Sevilla FC and Vasco da Gama and is in discussions to acquire Standard de Lige in Belgium.

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Announced in recent weeks as one of the candidates for the acquisition of Saint-Etienne, 777 Partners should invest around 10 million euros to take control of Red Star. The team, coached by Habib Bay, is currently ranked 11th in the Nationals.

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