Josep Maria Bartomeu has completed the first phase of the remodeling of its board in the absence of incorporating new members in a second phase. The president of Barça remodeled his council after the telematic meeting on Tuesday afternoon that he had to face the crisis caused in the entity after the resignation of six managers. In this sense, the club approved denouncing former vice president Emili Rousaud for the words in which he assured that in the case of Barçagate (monitoring of Social Networks by the company I3 v entures) “someone had reached into the box ” “Given the serious and unfounded accusations made by Mr. Emili Rousaud (…) the board of directors categorically denies any action that could be classified as corruption and consequently has agreed to file the corresponding criminal action”explains the statement.Regarding the remodeling of the board after the departure of Rousaud himself, Enrique Tombas, Maria Teixidor, Josep Pont, Jordi Calsamiglia and Sílvio Elias, the board is as follows. Jordi Moix, until now responsible for the Espai Barça project, becomes the new economic and heritage vice president. Pau Vilanova also promoted to vice-presidency, who from working in the social area became institutional vice-president instead of Rousaud. Oriol Tomás will replace Josep Pont as head of the commercial area with the rank of vice president. The only director remaining on the council, Marta Plana, becomes the secretary of the council instead of Maria Teixidor, while David Bellver is promoted to treasurer.With regard to sports policy, the position of sports vice president is still not covered, which Josep Maria Bartomeu will continue to perform de facto. Javier Bordas will be the manager responsible for the first team, while formative football, which was in charge of Sílvio Elias, will have Xavier Vilajoana as manager. Vilajoana will also deal with women’s football in place of Maria Teixidor.Marta Plana and David Bellver also join the Compliance committee, which is the one that should assess in the first instance the audit commissioned by Price Waterhouse Coopers, which according to Barça in its statement, could not be completed due to the coronavirus pandemic. They argue that there are some processes (interviews) that must be done in person.