TMZ GOSSIP – Spanish football confronts a possibly immense match-settling embarrassment after an anonymous linesman charged he had been advised to support Real Madrid in one month from now’s clásico against Barcelona.
The linesman said he would not like to be distinguished due to worries over “conceivable retaliations” however he made a formal objection through a legal counselor to the counter defilement exploring officer in Barcelona, in which he asserted to have been advised to support Madrid – first by another official and after that, via telephone, by an individual from the Spanish Football Federation’s arbitrators’ panel.
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The linesman charged he was advised authorities had as of now acted to impact the result of recreations and that another linesman has been subjected to comparable weights. As indicated by his legal advisor, Jacinto Vicente Hernández, a specialist in games law situated in Barcelona, the linesman needed to open up to the world about the charges yet was influenced to make a formal, lawful explanation to the counter debasement exploring judge. The Guardia Civil has likewise been educated.
The story was broken by the Catalan daily paper L’Esportiu on Wednesday and caught up by Cadena Cope radio station. It has had a gigantic effect in Spain, regardless of the possibility that there are questions anything will happen to it. The denuncia or formal grievance made by the linesman through his legal counselor, dated 19 October, has been distributed. In it, the linesman perceives a phone discussion he says occurred was not recorded and that there is no solid evidence of it, however he trusts the other linesman will likewise approach.
José Ángel Jiménez Muñoz, who is accounted for similar to the refs’ council part blamed for having made the phone call to the linesman, said on Wednesday night he had not yet had the opportunity to peruse the dissension however said of the affirmations: “I have no clue where they originate from. It is similar to something out of a Kafka novel.” Barcelona’s VP, Susana Monje, said: “I trust it doesn’t turn out to be