The NBA investigates the owner of Real Mallorca for racism and misogyny. Sarver occupies the daily news of the club, but the squad says they are focused on the matches of each weekend.
The ‘Sarver case’ continues to occupy the daily news of Real Mallorca. Despite being 10,000 kilometers away, the owner of the club is noted on the island and is present in the vermilion ensemble day by day. The decision of the NBA, which has launched an investigation after the ESPN media outlet published that people related to the Phoenix Suns – owned by Robert Sarver – have described a sometimes toxic and hostile workplace of racism and sexism during Sarver’s 17-year tenure in the Suns.
The squad tries to stay out of it
This past Wednesday, at the presentation of the Jugam amb l’elit program of the Consell de Mallorca, the midfielder of the Majorcan team Antonio Snchez affirmed that the footballers have remained “on the sidelines” of the accusations of racism and misogyny made against the owner of the club, Robert Sarver, and that hestaff “has always had a good deal” with the important American businessman and owner of the club since January 2016.
“We have enough with what is ours and with being focused on the games of each weekend,” declared the Mallorcan.
Mallorca, together with the Suns
From the vermilion club it has been decided at all times to stay with the Suns regarding communications about Robert Sarver. “Nothing will be said about the Sarver case “and that the club” refers to the statement made by the Suns “, has explained the club’s communication chief, Albert Salas, in two of the last press conferences of the first team technician, Luis Garca Plaza.
Everything indicates that NBA investigation will be long, so the ‘Sarver case’ will continue over time and be a subject that continues to occupy the current affairs of Mallorca, although at the moment it does not seem to affect the club’s day-to-day, nor the team’s sporting results, which are located in the quiet area of the classification.