Vlad Iacob clarified the problem of broken chairs at Dinamo

Vlad Iacob has clarified the problem of broken seats at the “Arcul de Triumf” stadium during the match between Dinamo and Sepsi, in the Romanian Betano Cup.

The special administrator of the “red-whites” announced that the problem of “vandalism” cannot be mentioned, since it is a question of some seats which were “accidentally” damaged.

Moreover, Vlad Iacob clarified that Dinamo will bear all the costs necessary to repair or replace broken seats at the ‘Arcul de Triumf’ stadium.

Vlad Iacob clarified the problem of broken seats at the “Arcul de Triumf” stadium during the match between Dinamo and Sepsi, in the Betano Romanian Cup

The ‘dogs’ official is confident there won’t be any problems from the Romanian Rugby Federation and says football will be welcome in the future in the arena considered the birthplace of rugby .

“There were 20-30 seats that needed straightening, a bent screw, some minor repairs. There were some exaggerations, the real situation is much better than they presented. I am convinced that football will always be welcome there in the future. We will talk to the fans again and try to be more careful.

They are different sports, there are different audiences, but these seats were not vandalized. Accidental damage cannot be considered vandalism. There are around 20 places we will pay for,” Vlad Iacob told ProSport Live.

In the same action, Vlad Iacob also raised the possibility for an Arab investor to take over Dinamo.

“I read this news in the morning coffee, I learned it from the press, with you. You see, if the management of the club was not aware of something like this and no information was asked at the club, I don’t know how serious it can be. I don’t understand how someone can question Mr. Anghelache, with all due respect, even if he didn’t respect me, I have respect for him. I don’t understand why they contacted you and not us. We have investors who are ready to invest as soon as the new plan is approved by the judge,” Vlad Iacob told ProSport Live. .

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