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Блог Михаила Прохорова
О "спортивных проектах". 
27th-Aug-2008 10:57 am
a little bit retro style
 
Всем привет после короткого, но очень активного отдыха. 

Надеюсь, вы тоже неплохо отдохнули (или еще отдыхаете). Но сейчас не об этом. Получила продолжение история с теми спортивными проектами, которыми я занимался последние годы. 
Перед отпуском я направил письмо в «Норильский никель» по вопросу текущей работы спортивных клубов и моего пребывания на посту председателя Совета директоров компании «Спортивные проекты», которая и управляет всем "спортом" (БК ЦСКА, ХК ЦСКА, ФК «Москва» и мини ФК «Норильский никель»).
Сегодня я узнал, что теперь курировать работу клубов вместо меня назначен новый куратор (правда, без консультаций со мной))) – заместитель Генерального директора Кедринский Владимир Ильич. Должен сказать, что лучшей кандидатуры и быть не может! Мы совместно работали в «Норильском никеле» и реализовывали проекты «Бобровый лог» и фитнес-центр «Экселент» в г. Красноярске. Поэтому поздравляю всех болельщиков команд: управление клубами -  в надежных руках. Как я уже говорил раньше, если будут вопросы и проблемы – готов всегда помогать.
Теперь несколько слов о судьбе каждого из клубов. Этот вопрос для меня очень личный и болезненный, но нельзя поступать против интересов дела. Моя позиция следующая. В «Норильском никеле» есть два клуба, которые стали частью компании и ее символом – БК ЦСКА и мини ФК «Норильский никель» . За них болеют сотрудники компании, они стали народными, решают огромную социальную и корпоративную задачу, особенно в  Норильске (фан-клуб, детские школы, мастер-класс и шефство). Эти клубы должны остаться собственностью компании (несмотря на мою любовь к БК ЦСКА).
ХК ЦСКА хочет взять «Интеррос» (насколько, мне известно),  я же  буду поддерживать через свой фонд уникальный тренерский дуэт Быков-Захаркин как тренеров сборной России по хоккею.
Что касается ФК «Москва», мне этот проект интересен, и я буду обсуждать с акционерами «Норильского никеля» возможность участия в капитале клуба.
В настоящий момент с назначением нового куратора мои полномочия по управлению клубами истекли. Желаю командам и болельщикам только побед, буду переживать и болеть вместе с Вами.

Всем успехов.
 
 
Comments 
30th-Aug-2008 02:40 am (UTC) - Re: New invention to propose
Hello Anonymous,
"...who is sitting in the glass house should not throw stones..?" Oh dear. I applaud your attempt at a quote by one of my favorite "wisemen of old" Ben Franklin, but I believe what you were trying to say was:
"Don’t throw stones at your neighbors if your own windows are glass." One of many very good quotes but one problem-I'm not the desperate guy writing a phishing letter trying to scam our host into believing that this so-called "bed" exists. It does not because if this great "invention" existed, this guy would not be trying to converse with a total stranger about it but instead make his own living with it. What gives this guy's plot away is not only his desperate tone but also the whole "I'm sure this invention will be a huge success..." paragraph. Read this again because these kinds of scams are commonplace in America now, especially over the internet. How do you know if this guy is telling the truth or not? As for "Mr. Phisher" another quote applies:
"Avarice and happiness never saw each other, how then should they become acquainted."
And here's two for you Anonymous because I think you're extra special :) :
"Be slow in choosing a friend, slower in changing." and
"He that blows the coals in quarrels that he has nothing to do with, has no right to complain if the sparks fly in his face."
Take care and enjoy your weekend :)

Best wishes,
Heather
P.S. If you're hungry for more quotes dear Anonymous, I'll be more than happy to provide them. I'll catch your act later-stay out of trouble ;)HMC







Edited at 2008-08-30 02:49 am (UTC)
30th-Aug-2008 09:00 am (UTC) - Re: New invention to propose
Anonymous
"People who live in glass houses should not throw stones" reminds us that we should be careful how we treat other people (with our words and actions) because we can all be easily hurt. People "throw stones" at other people to try to hurt them, and one way that people try to hurt other people is by saying bad things about them. If you lived in a "glass house" it would be very easy for other people to hurt you by throwing stones at you. "People who live in glass houses should not throw stones" means that we should not say insulting things to other people because they could easily do the same thing to us. Example: "Look at that shirt you are wearing! Did you buy that back in the '80s?!" Answer: "Hey, you're not so young yourself; people who live in glass houses should not throw stones!" Something made of glass can easily break; it is vulnerable; and we are all vulnerable in different ways. Sometimes we forget our own vulnerability and "throw stones" at other people in the form of criticism. A person might remind us that we too have our own faults and weakenesses by saying "people who live in glass houses should not throw stones". Example: "Look at what time it is... you are late again!" Answer: "Hey, how often are you not on time? People who live in glass houses should not throw stones."
30th-Aug-2008 05:37 pm (UTC) - Re: New invention to propose
Hello again Anonymous,
Point taken. But what if the person casting stones lived in a house of brick or concrete? :) You have to ask yourself this because yes, we all have weaknesses; but the bottom line is that some of us are hurt more easily than others, that simple. We don't all have the same vulnerabilities/degrees of vulnerability. This is why a smart person knows his/her weaknesses and either a)works to strengthen them or b)puts up a "brick wall" around them to keep them shielded from the folks they can't trust. This especially holds true for scammers (phishers)because if you don't know your weaknesses the scammer does and so scammer leads you into the scam hook, line, and sinker then laughs his way to the bank with your money. So if you live in a "glass house" then I agree 100% that you shouldn't be throwing stones to begin with, lest they hit someone else whose house is made of brick resulting in that person throwing a stone back to break the glass house. Gives new meaning to the old American saying: "' Don't dish out what you cannot take back.' " So if I hurt Mr. Invention's feelings, my apologies but if he's a glass house then he shouldn't have left himself so wide-open to criticism and "vulnerable" using such a desperate, phishing-scam-like post to begin with, especially being from France :)If I am wrong and he's actually telling the truth with a good invention, then I'll feel the guilt for any hurt I cause but so far his letter has proven to be nothing other than a scam. Good day and all my best,

Heather


Edited at 2008-08-30 08:55 pm (UTC)
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