Boavista resumes training with promise of salary regularization to employees

Boavista returned to training on Monday, with the promise of regularizing the salary arrears of the employees of the Bessa Stadium in Porto, responsible for the cancellation of the club’s work of the Liga Portugal on Sunday.

A source linked to the process assured the Lusa agency that the morning preparation of the set led by Petit took place normally on the secondary lawn of the enclosure, whose doors had been closed the day before, due to the position taken by the employees, who repeated the protest led by the doctors of the chessmen.

On Saturday, the administration of Boavista SAD had settled the arrears requested by the professionals of the club’s medical department, whose unavailability also led to the cancellation of the training in the hours prior to the reception to Famalicão (2-2).

The holding of the match of the seventh round could be in question, since, according to the third point of article 61 of the Regulation of Competitions organized by the Portuguese Professional Football League (LPFP), the presence of a doctor on the bench is mandatory, a situation that was guaranteed with the salary regularization made.

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In addition to Petit, the president of the chessmen, Vítor Murta, recently acknowledged the existence of salary arrears in the structure of the Porto emblem, which was even prevented by FIFA from enrolling new footballers in the summer transfer window.

Made official on Tuesday as a reinforcement for Queens Park Rangers, the English secondary level, the American defender Reggie Cannon had unilaterally terminated with Boavista in June, alleging orders in arrears, with the process to follow to FIFA and the ordinary courts, which will deliberate on just cause and possible compensation.

The Panthers remain in fourth place in the Portuguese League, with 14 points, only behind the isolated leader Sporting, with 19, the national champions Benfica, with 18, and FC Porto, with 16, having one of the second most successful attacks of the competition, with 17 goals scored.