Katowice Development He left the stadium in 2019. The reason was simple – the costs of using the stadium were too high. According to information from katowice24.info, the development has paid up to 26 thousand. PLN per month, and in combination with other expenses for the operation of the club, the total costs amounted to more than 700 thousand PLN. PLN annually.
Arkadiusz Milik has purchased Katowice Development Stadium
As confirmed by the journalists of the katowice24.info portal, now the former Katowice Development Stadium has been purchased by a company in which the majority shareholder is Arcadius Melik. According to Katowice results “sports”, the company paid about 18.5 million PLN. As part of the transaction, the company acquired 11 plots of land with a total area of approximately 66 thousand square meters.
According to information from katowice24.info, the Local Spatial Development Plan specifies that this area is intended for public utility buildings in the field of sports and recreation, along with green spaces. In practice, this means that, for example, a stadium, gymnasium or other recreational and sports facilities can be built there.
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The footballer at Olympique de Marseille is a Katowice development graduate, joining him in 2011 Gurnick Zabrze. Then his brilliant career began – from there Milik went to Bayer Leverkusen, and after a short adventure in Augsburg, he began to play for powerful European clubs – Ajaxi AmsterdamNaples and now Marseille.
In the current season League 1 Melek only appeared in three meetings. He had to get rid of his knee since the start of the season. Since returning to the game, he has been doing very well – scoring one goal in three league matches. However, he also came close to a similar feat in his last match against PSG The referee disallowed the goal for offside early in the match. In the end, the match ended in a goalless draw.
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