Club Adriatic doo Zagreb sold for HRK 54 million

first_imgThe Director of the Center for Restructuring and Sales (CERP) Milan Plećaš and the President of the Management Board of Immo Invest Partner AG Dzek Djoric signed an Agreement on the sale and transfer of shares of Club Adriatic doo Zagreb on April 09, 2018 at the CERP headquarters.Pursuant to this Agreement, the Swiss company Immo Invest Pertner AG bought three business shares, ie one hundred percent of the share capital of Club Adriatic doo for HRK 54 million.Club Adriatic consists of the Hotel and Annex Alem in Baška Voda and the camp in Baško polje. The hotel has 99 double rooms and 9 double suites, and annexes 198 double rooms with extra bed. Camp Basko polje, which is categorized with three stars, has 600 camping places-pitches, 17 bungalows with kitchens and 16 mobile homesThis successfully completed the privatization process of Club Adriatic doo 17 years after the former Croatian Privatization Fund, the legal predecessor of CERP, established it with the aim of bringing former military resorts, hotels and camps for tourist purposes.</p>
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2019 President’s Cup replay postponed to December 22

first_imgThe replay of the 2019 President’s Cup between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko has been postponed to December 22 and it will now be played at the Baba Yara Stadium.The development was announced via a letter from the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) who are the organisers of the match.The letter did not state any reasons for the change of date and venue but it said that the decision was taken after all parties were consulted.However, Citi Sports sources say that the decision to change the venue was down to the poor state of the pitch of the Accra Sports Stadium after it hosted a concert that starred US rapper Cardi B last Sunday.Sources say that the National Sports Authority was not happy with the condition of the playing surface and thus, it had to find an alternative.The initial match in September was called off after 10 minutes due to a soggy Baba Yara Stadium pitch following heavy rains in Kumasi.GHALCA further apologised to the many fans who were prepping to see the two biggest clubs in Ghana face each other in Accra.last_img read more