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SBD Global/August 15, 2014/Franchises
Sinagaporean Peter Lim Reportedly Acquires Valencia Following Approval From Bankia
Published August 15, 2014
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FANS VOICED CONCERNS: In Valencia, Andrés García reported before the news of the agreement, Valencia fans "took to the streets and raised their voices against Bankia, tired of the bank not resolving the sale." Around 2,000 people "clamored for the future" of the club around the Mestalla stadium and later marched "toward the center of the city and the headquarters of Bankia." National Police offers "stopped the fans with police cordons." The "true purpose of the march was to peacefully show indignation with the bank." On Twitter and social media, #domingonosvemosenmestalla was a trending topic (SUPERDEPORTE, 8/14).