25 de dezembro de 2014

Sporting, e que tal chamar arrolar a Lazio como testemunha contra a Doyen?

"In June 2013, Tare splashed out €8 million on Felipe Anderson, a youngster billed as one of Brazil’s hottest young talents in years. At Santos he had established himself as an explosive attacking midfielder, who had the ability to glide past opponents with ease.

The deal was regarded as complicated, to say the least. Anderson had been part owned by a third party named Doyen Sports, and the company’s irrational approach meant that negotiations went on for more than six months before an agreement was finally reached. It says a lot about Tare’s faith in Anderson that he persisted with negotiations when many would have backed out much earlier.

It will remain in history as the most paradoxical and shocking negotiations I have ever been a part of. These third party owners changed their minds continually. When we had everything decided, they would start from scratch two hours later”, remarked Tare regarding the Anderson deal.


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