Real Madrid “It watches over the rights and well-being at all levels of football in the capital”
LThe Madrid Football Defense Association (ADFM) announced that it has more than 200 associates since its creation just over a year ago, with the aim of ensuring the rights and well-being of all levels of football in the capital.
Clubs, players, coaches and referees of all categories in Madrid are part of the group led by Jess Peramos, former player and former secretary general of the Association of Spanish Soccer Players (AFE), which advocates “an independent association is made up of a large group of managers and club presidents “with” the common goal of working for the benefit of all who are part of the football family in our Community. ”
“The current situation, marked by an irregular and inefficient management of resources, has led to a precarious situation of clubs, soccer players, referees, etc. For this reason, our association arrives to give a new impetus to Madrid football, proposing infinity of initiatives for the common good, focused on transparency and widespread consensus, “he said in a statement.
In his opinion, all those who make up the ADFM “participate with the intention of restoring the illusion and transparency to Madrid football, helping, proposing and collaborating in the measures and proposals that result from dialogue and collective participation, always from a point of constructive and efficient view. ”
In June 2019, the Madrid Soccer Federation (RFFM) inadmissible a motion of censure filed by the ADFM against its president, Francisco Dez, “for not complying with the number of assemblies that must support it.”
The RFFM then reported irregularities in the “formulation as the assemblies had been misled in the object of the signature that was requested” for another reason and not to formulate a motion of censure.