خاص : احداث مباراة الرجاء والاهلي يدفع مجلس مدينة البيضاء لتسريع التعاقد مع سونارجيس
The city council of Casablanca has held several official meetings with the Ministry of National Education, Primary Education and Sports, the Royal Moroccan Football Federation, as well as a working session with the director of the National Company for the Implementation and Management of Sports Facilities “Sonargies” and its accompanying team.
The Casablanca city council’s actions come in response to the outdated management approach of the Mohammed V sports complex, which needs to be overhauled as soon as possible, especially with Morocco facing several continental and international milestones.
The city council is considering assigning “Sonargies” to manage the Mohammed V stadium, especially after their outstanding success in managing the largest stadiums in the Kingdom such as Tangier, Agadir, Marrakesh, Fes, and Moulay Abdellah in Rabat.
Sonargies successfully managed the Moulay Abdellah stadium, despite it previously being neglected and frequently closed due to damage to the turf and facilities. However, after the company took over, the turf underwent regular maintenance, all facilities were prepared, and access to the stands was facilitated. The Moulay Abdellah stadium hosted a record number of matches and competitions, with its turf remaining intact, which drew praise from Real Madrid, Al Ahly, and Al Hilal, the clubs that participated in the Club World Cup hosted by Morocco.
The events surrounding the entry of Raja fans to the Mohammed V complex, which resulted in the death of a supporter and injuries to dozens due to overcrowding at one of the gates, prompted the city council to expedite the process of finding a solution. Accordingly, the keys to the management of the Donor will be handed over to Sonargies.
Our sources indicate that the city council will contact the Local Development Company of Casablanca for Revitalization and Events to inquire about certain data and facts. Additionally, a committee to monitor the management of the Mohammed V sports complex will meet on Wednesday to listen to the explanations of the appointed company, Caza Event, regarding the fatal incident, and to evaluate the company’s management of the quarter-final matches of the African Champions League. The committee will then submit a special report to the Casablanca Municipality Council regarding this matter.