Recently, there have been many reports that the management of the Barcelona club gave a financial bribe to a company owned by Enriques Negrera, the former deputy chairman of the refereeing committee of the Spanish Football Federation.
The journalist of the Spanish newspaper AS, Thomas Rosnero, also confirmed that the Catalan club paid a bribe of 1.7 million euros to the former deputy chairman of the refereeing committee.
Sevilla issued an angry statement against Barcelona over referee bribery scandal!
And the Seville club expressed its strong dissatisfaction with this in an official statement, which said the following: “The club would like to express its concern and dissatisfaction with the statements that are being revealed in the media every day regarding the so-called (Negrera case).”
And he added: “A few days after the information about the so-called ‘Negrera case’ reached public opinion, the Seville club wants to show its concern and dissatisfaction with the statements that are made public through the media day after day, which leaves, of course, absolutely necessary to get to the bottom to the point to explain what happened.”
And the conclusion in the statement: “The seriousness of the facts known so far, which raise questions or raise doubts about the integrity of the Spanish football competitions, also prompts the Seville club to publicly demand from La Liga and the Spanish Federation, as the highest representatives of football, to show all the procedures that may arise out of this case.” with the completion of the investigation.
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