Thousands of Valencia fans offended with club owner Peter Lim have protested outside the house their stadium even though their workforce performed the ultimate sport of the time.
Lovers waved signs expressing “Lim Go House” and shouted for the Singaporean businessman to provide the club. There appeared to be far more followers flooding the streets outdoors La Mestalla than inside looking at Valencia beat Celta Vigo 2- in LaLiga.
The most up-to-date protest from Lim’s management was known as immediately after area sporting activities newspaper Superdeporte published leaked audios of club president Anil Murthy. In the recordings, Murthy appeared to disparage some nearby people.
Valencia responded with a statement that said the newspaper was carrying out a “smear marketing campaign” and “illegitimately published recordings that belong to the non-public sphere, taken out of context, edited and adulterated.”
The 68-yr-outdated Lim purchased the then-bankrupt Valencia in 2014. At first, lovers were being thrilled to see a new operator who could revive the club. But they immediately turned estranged when Lim begun to sell off talented gamers and appeared written content on a middling area in the league standings.
Saturday’s win, secured by a 28th-minute goal from Max Gonzalez and an own purpose by Nestor Araujo after 60, remaining them in ninth place.