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Various opinions on Vitesse’s purchase by Zhordania2010-08-20 16:45
Dmitri Shukov, the ex-player of Vitesse [the Netherlands] commented the purchase of the club by Georgian businessman Merab Zhordania.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"It's been the first case in the history of Dutch football of selling a club to a foreign citizen. According to the comments of local press, specialist and fans I learn from the Internet, the Dutch showed different attitude to the event," Shukov said.
He added selling the club could hardly have been avoided. Over the recent years Vitesse couldn't solve financial problems and pay the debts. Selling of the club was aimed to solve all these problems and return fans to stadiums.
Previously Merab Zhordania, the ex-president of Georgia's Football Federation, announced of purchasing 100 per cent of the club's shares. Ha added soon he would move in the Netherlands to manage the club.