Sports Council chief demands RFEF response to Clasico allegations
A report rose on Thursday recommending that an unknown right hand ref had been compelled into favoring Real Madrid amid one month from now’s Clasico against Barcelona.
Spain’s Sports Council (CSD) boss Miguel Cardenal has requested elucidation on what he considers “greatly disturbing” charges of potential defilement in one month from now’s Clasico.
A report rose on Thursday in which it was asserted an unknown right hand ref had been compelled by an individual from the Referees Technical Committee to attempt to influence the result of the diversion at Santiago Bernabeu for Real Madrid.
Talking on the issue, Cardenal has asked the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) to clear up their own position as far as the allegation, and has approached the un-named authority to approach.
“I think it’s a very serious allegation, something extremely alarming. It must be clarified as soon as possible and, if necessary, appropriate action must be taken,” he said, as quoted by AS.
“I’d like the RFEF to clarify immediately what they have to do with the accusation.
“Nobody, in Spain in 2015, should fear reprisal. They have the justice administration, the government, and the Sports Council at their disposal.
“Should he say what has happened, and make it known to the sports authorities, it would be taken completely seriously.”
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