Limoges CSP still not sure about its future

Limoges CSP still not sure about its future
Limoges CSP still not sure about its future

If a meeting took place late in the night from Tuesday to Wednesday between managers and potential investors, the Limougeaud club still has no guarantee regarding its future.

Nothing new in the rain on Wednesday May 1st. The future of Limoges CSP still does not seem assured. In any case, no decision was taken following a meeting between managers and potential investors which took place during the night from Tuesday to Wednesday. “We went to bed at 2:30 a.m. The plans are on the table. Now we wait,” slips Didier Jamot, short of words.

The chairman of the board of directors of the Limougeaud club only recognized the existence of two projects. Unsurprisingly, one always leads to Lionel Peluhet, the other to a “regional fund”, the identity of which Didier Jamot still assures does not know less than fifteen days before the expiration of the ultimatum set by the council superior management. If Lionel Peluhet was indeed present at this meeting, these mysterious investors were also represented by an intermediary. “We cannot give their names but they have submitted their offer. I can only say that these are local people. Yes, it seems serious to me,” breathes Didier Jamot.

Lionel Peluhet will submit his offer

The president of the commercial leaders of France (DCF) seems a little more comfortable when it comes to discussing the other project: “Mr. Peluhet has made his offer. He must now submit it to Céline Forte’s advisors by May 3. » Difficult to know more at the moment. But Didier Jamot continues to be optimistic and continues to assure that Limoges CSP will be “in the green on May 15 in one way or another”. With Céline Forte still at the helm? “I can’t answer for him,” replies the chairman of the board. For the moment, we will have to be content with these scraps of information while time is against the Limougeaud club.

Matthew Marot

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