What are the consequences for the “dressers” who run the machine on a daily basis? To find out, we must already agree on the number of employees of the Girondins. “It all depends on what you put in that figure! “, warns a former Haillan. We often hear the number of 300 people, but this includes in particular the young players of the training center. “Not to mention the pros, their sports supervision…
“If we restrict ourselves to purely administrative positions, we are around 120 to 130 people. That is to say that we returned to the size of the club of the M6 era, after an increase under GACP (American investment fund, shareholder who ran from November 2018 to December 2019, editor’s note). 25 people thus left the club last year as part of an initial job protection plan. »
“Historically, the Girondins have chosen to internalize as many resources as possible in order to keep control of them”
“It’s sad for the employees, but there are far too many of them. These are the kinds of things read on social networks that sadden employees. It is true that other French clubs which play Europe turn, them, with 80 people. But it is still necessary to compare what is comparable. “Historically, the Girondins have chosen to internalize as many resources as possible in order to keep control of them. “Events, communication, human resources, management control, accounting, sales, general services… At Haillan, we outsource much less than in other clubs. Hence this surplus of employees, who “house” what others outsource, we explain.
Below Ligue 2
An article in “L’Équipe” published on April 19 reported a potential loss of 100 jobs. An internal source relativizes this figure. “Again, it depends on what you put in it. Are the staff of the training center and their educators included? If we talk about the administrative staff, my estimate is that half of the positions are threatened. That is 60 to 70 people. »
Despite the loss of Ligue 1 TV rights (23.8 million this season) and therefore a significantly reduced budget (118 million euros this season), employees are betting on the fact that the Girondins will keep in L2 more financially thicker than a promoted from National. And refuse to imagine that the company’s economic model is imploding, precipitating the club into the depths of the lower divisions – like Strasbourg in 2011 (fifth division), Le Mans in 2013 (fourth)… or like the Belgian club of Mouscron the Tuesday May 10. The Excelsior, demoted to D2 amateurs, having the particularity of belonging… to Gérard Lopez, the boss of the Girondins.
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