Who pays for LEV Poprad?

Who pays for LEV Poprad?

10 Sep 2012 | Davide Tuniz
 

Former team LEV Poprad goes bankrupt, players claim for money but none want to pay

 
 
 
 
District Court of the Slovak city of Prešov declared the bankrupt of  team LEV Poprad, who last season played in the KHL.
Creditors has 45 days to file a claim for the recovery of debts. Among them, not only former players and coaches, but also many small and large businesses from all over Slovakia.
"The total number of creditors is not yet quantified, it will be after the deadline for registration of creditors" said a spokesman from Presov court.
but judge Stefan Tomášovský upheld the complaint of two creditor companies, AllForHockey and Black Tea from Bratislava.
It is reported that the club's debts are 1.939.472,31 euros, with registered capital of 140 thousand euros.

According to an unofficial information, ten players and two coaches, all played for LEV last season, still have not received their money. Creditors want the court consider current Prague club HC Lev as the legal successor of Poprad and require it settle all debts.
LEV Prague is not going to pay the debts of players, because it does not consider itself the successor of the club from Poprad, thus the clubs have two different legal structures.
LEV Prague General Manager Normunds Sejejs stated that the Czech club has nothing to do with ceased Poprad.
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