FC Den Bosch must repay 241,349 euros to its former investor Kakhi Jordania. The court in Den Bosch has decided that. It concerns a loan that the Georgian had provided the football club.
However, the court also determined that Jordania still has to transfer compensation to the Brabant club, which finished penultimate in the first division last season. The amount will be determined later.
Jordania intended to take over FC Den Bosch in 2019, but the KNVB put a stop to that because it was not clear where the son of former Vitesse owner Merab Jordania earned his money. The takeover was therefore prohibited.
The investor demanded 2 million euros back from the club in the lawsuit, because in his view it had been spent wrongly. However, according to the court, Jordania or its financial director had agreed to spend almost 1.8 million euros. That is why the club does not have to pay it back.