TASTROPHIC PROBLEMS have arisen over England’s plans for a private tour of Bordeau, with one tour operator saying it would be impossible to organise.
It all started when the Premier League club’s management decided to tour the town, which has been a fortress of the club’s fortunes since it was founded in 1912, when they had to fight off the French fascists in WW2.
They have been in the town for over 100 years, but the locals, who are mostly white, are tired of the constant tour of the old town, and are increasingly demanding that it be taken out of the Premier Leagues hands.
The Premier League are keen to build a new stadium in the Bordeaus capital, but they want to build it at the same time as the club is building its own stadium, which is estimated to cost £80 million.
They also want to make a big splash by opening a new club on the site of an old stadium, and have been forced to sell the old one to a group of investors who want to redevelop it.
But the Premier league and the BFC have not been able to agree on the terms of the tour, which the club has said is ‘trouble-brewing’ at the moment.
The tour, originally scheduled for April, has now been put on hold and the Premier Ligue 1 club is expected to announce a date later this month.
“The tour has been postponed for now,” said a spokesperson for Bordea Tour.
“There is no plan to continue the tour as it has been decided the details of the proposed date of the visit have been put forward without consultation from the club and it is therefore impossible for us to proceed.”
We would like to thank the community and the local community for their support, but unfortunately the issue of the feasibility of this tour is complicated by the situation of the BFS and the lack of financial support from the PremierLigue 1.
“This is not a time to be quiet, as we are looking forward to making our announcement.”
The Premier league have not commented on the situation and are yet to confirm the new date for the BFF tour.
The club’s statement added: “We are working with the PremierLeague and the Football Association to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.
We thank the BDF for their assistance.”
They also added: We are in no way suggesting that the BFE tour of France be cancelled.
It is important that the Premierlags Premier Leaguers understand that the tour of Beauvais is still very much a work in progress.
We will have more to say about this story in the coming days.