LaLiga convenes an Extraordinary Assembly on April 19 to analyze the ‘Negreira case’


LaLiga has summoned the professional clubs to celebrate an Extraordinary General Assembly that will take place on April 19, and in which the consequences of the case for the payments of FC Barcelona to the former vice president of the Technical Committee of Referees (CTA) José Maria Enriquez Negreira.

Professional clubs await explanations for a ‘Negreira case’ that has affected the image and credibility of Spanish football and trust in the presence of the presidents of FC Barcelona, ​​Joan Laporta, and Real Madrid, Florentino Pérez, LaLiga sources pointed out. .

This Monday FC Barcelona showed its “deep anger, indignation and weariness” at the information published in the newspaper La Vanguardia, which stated that the president of LaLiga, Javier Tebas, would have presented false evidence against the Catalan club to the Prosecutor’s Office in the ‘Negreira case’, and called for the resignation of the president of the association of clubs.

For his part, Javier Tebas responded in his official ‘Twitter’ profile that they had requested the newspaper “the right of rectification” because the published information included, according to him, “affirmations and erroneous information” that “seriously” harmed his “honor and reputation”, in addition to “the image” of LaLiga.

Thebes recalled that he sent this documentation to the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office of Barcelona, ​​which is investigating the ‘Negreira Case’, making it clear that it did not imply “the exercise of specific accusation against anyone”, so it would not be “false evidence”.