The separation of the Spanish coach Manuel Tomé of El Nacional have no economic impact on the institution. So said yesterday by Creole the team manager Iván Vásconez, who explained the situation with the Spanish DT and the dissolution of the agreement with Monaco Capital Group (MCG), an entity that did not accomplished the financial arrangement.
In the members’ meeting on January 5, the team approved a contract with MCG Spanish corporation of $ 10 million, which would let them intervine in financial, sports and marketing issues of El Nacional.
With No score points in five oficial matches, Tomé was out on Tuesday. Their separation from the institution was on good terms, said Vásconez, who said that the military should not financially compensate the Spanish coach.
“There is no termination because they were circumstances that coincided with the dissolution of the agreement with the Spanish Group,” said the chief executive.
Vásconez explained that the contract with Tomé, which was presented to the Ecuafútbol for enabling the DT, states that “all costs and expenses (with the Spanish coaching staff) will be covered by Traver Group. We didn’t cancel one cent, that is, we have not incurred in any expenditure and is Traver, aling with Monaco, which should settle with him.”