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La Liga Sevilla Announces $3.3M '12-13 Budget Surplus; New President Outlines Vision
Published December 19, 2013
NEW ERA: In Madrid, Rafael Pineda reported that the "absence of former Sevilla President José María del Nido at Sunday's game against Athletic Bilbao went unnoticed." New Sevilla President José Castro on Wednesday described how he plans to manage the club. Castro: "I give thanks to del Nido because thanks to him, Sevilla recovered its pride. I learned from him, but now he will be replaced. I will not have shaky hands in my presidency because I am supported by the club's majority shareholders. We will manage with balance and reason. I send a message of calm to Sevilla supporters because the club enjoys a solid structure that will allow it to navigate with composure" (EL PAIS, 12/17).