Uefa suspends Barcelona investigation over match-fixing bribery case

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european football confederation Came to join the Barcelona exam. In the case of being sued for 7.3 million euros in the amount of money from the referee. Which if found guilty, Azul Grana has the right to be punished not playing in the European Cup next season immediately.

The European Football Federation ( UEFA) has confirmed that it has launched an investigation into Spanish La Liga club Barcelona. After being scolded by Spanish prosecutors. Charged with corruption for payments made to the company. Jose Maria Enriquez Negiara used to be vice-president of the referees’ technical committee. During the years 2001-2018 to benefit the results of the competition. The total value is approximately 7.3 million euros or approximately 270 million baht.

Uefa suspends Barça investigation over match-fixing bribery case

The scandal broke out in mid-February. When the Spanish tax authorities Anomalies in tax payments between 2016 and 2018 were discovered by Dasnil 95. Which is owned by Nagiera , and found that they had received money from Boon Dump during those years. The latest invoice was issued in June 2018. After that, the jury was restructured and former vice-president Bao retired.

The Camp Nou club clarified that they paid for the referee’s reports and advice. But prosecutors believe The UFABET club seeks to benefit from the performance of its committee members. A lawsuit was filed earlier this month against the club, Negiara and two ex-Catalan club presidents Sandro Rosell and Josep Maria Bartomeu. 

Recently, UEFA said: “The ethics and disciplinary investigators will investigate the case. Because there may be a violation of UEFA rules by Barcelona in connection with a case known as Casa Negiara . Banned from playing European football for one year

Joan Laporta, the current Barca president , reiterated that His club is innocent. and make it clear that The team never buys referees and never intends to buy referees. Absolutely not, while La Liga chief executive Javier Tebas says Laporta should take responsibility if it turns out to be true.