Qatari owner of Malaga club faces legal action in Spain

Madrid, Dec 19 (IANS) Former Malaga CEO Vicente Casado announced that he has initiated legal action against “arbitrary and unfair decisions” being taken by the football club’s new group of advisers under the leadership of Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser Al-Thani a member of Qatar’s royal family and the country’s prime minister.

Casado told EFE on Friday that he is directing the legal action at Al Thani, his two sons and the corporate network that owns Malaga, adding that he decided to take the matter to the courts to defend his rights and reputation against unacceptable allegations.

In a statement to the Malaga fans and club workers Casado said that he did his job with great affection towards the club and feels immensely proud of the results achieved, thanks to his work and that of his team.

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