The team has been in the second division for almost ten years, after being a finalist in the League in 2005.

The team has been in the second division for almost ten years, after being a finalist in the League in 2005.

Real Cartagena is experiencing one of the worst moments in its history. The club, which was a finalist in the League in 2005, today is sunk at the bottom of the second division of Colombian soccer.

After losing 4-0 against Boyacá Chicó, on Tuesday in Tunja, those led by Óscar Passo stayed in last place in the table, with just four points. They have only won one game this semester, 2-3 against Huila.

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Real Cartagena, almost ten years sunk in B

Real Cartagena was relegated to B for the fourth time in 2012 and since then has had no chance of return to the first division, in which he debuted in 1971. He only acted in that season and disappeared, to return in 1992, when he bought the record of Sporting de Barranquilla.

To the sporting problems, which make the chances of going up to A this year nil, the team has now added a very delicate economic problem.

The newspaper El Universal revealed this Thursday that the team has a debt with the Sports and Recreation Institute of Cartagena for the lease of the Jaime Morón stadium, where it performs in its local commitments.

The team has been in the second division for almost ten years, after being a finalist in the League in 2005.

According to that source, the club owes a balance of the rent for March this year and since then has not paid a just weight.

The debt, according to El Universal, is more than 30 million pesos, a figure that is increasing due to the interest generated by the delay in the payment of the lease.

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It is not the first time that Real Cartagena incurs in defaults of this type. Already in 2020 he had been late in payments for the same concept. IDER decided not to lend the stage anymore and the matches that were played before the covid-19 pandemic were played in Magangué.

When Colombian football returned after six months of hiatus, Real Cartagena was local at the Romelio Martínez stadium in Barranquilla, and only in October of that year did it return to its natural setting.

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