MC Alger: An ad-hoc Sonatrach-Fans group to participate in the management of the club

An ad-hoc group composed of the “Sonatrach” Group and the supporters of the Mouloudia Club d’Alger (MCA) will be set up to participate in the management of the club, a press release from the Ministry of Energy said on Saturday.

This decision was taken during a meeting, held at the headquarters of the Ministry of Energy and Mines, with representatives of the various presidents of the MCA supporters’ committees, as well as former players, the same source adds.

The Ministers of Energy and Mines, Youth and Sport, the Governor of Algiers and the CEO of Sonatrach participated in this meeting, the source underlines.

Thus, after a “constructive” debate, several points were retained, among others, Zeralda training centre, whose “administrative and financial situations have been finalised by Sonatrach”, adds press release.

To this end, the Wali of Algiers has invited the representatives of the fans and former players of the MCA, as well as those of Sonatrach to a working session tomorrow, Sunday 25 April 2021, in order to decide on the schedule of the works.

Regarding the merger between the joint stock sport company of Mouloudia Club d’Alger (JSSC/MCA) and the Groupement sportif pétrolier (GSP), the communiqué explained that ‘the operation has been initiated and will continue in relation with the different sectors and authorities involved.”

Regarding the management of the JSSC/MCA, it was agreed to set up an ad-hoc group between Sonatrach and the representatives of the supporters to participate in the management of the club.

Regarding the infrastructure, the statement stressed that ” Douéra stadium has been proposed by the various committees of supporters and former players as a stadium for the club”, adding that “this request will be examined”.

In addition, the document adds that, the Governor of Algiers has agreed to study ‘the possibility of granting shops selling sports articles specific to the Mouloudia and premises to house a museum’.

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