STJD investigates allegations of bribery in Brazilian women’s sport – 06/21/2022 – Esporte

Santos fired his women’s team goalkeeper coach, Fabrício de Paula, last Monday (20), and publicly accused him of trying to bribe Red Bull Bragantino’s goalkeeper, Alice. So they are in favor of the alleged betting scheme. The professional player met with the player before the match between the teams held at Villa Belmero over the weekend.

Bragantino confirmed the allegations. Defendant, now a former employee of Elevenigro, denied the clubs’ offer and demanded proof. He also said that one of the materials provided by Fabrício to the game’s fourth referee, in a photo that received a response on social networks, was a rain.

“We will take several legal measures. We will ask everyone involved to explain the content of Santos’ interview and Bragantino’s note. At no time did they present evidence or allow Fabrício to explain himself. He was judged by Santos and social networks without absolutely nothing. “It simply came to our notice then چادر Trainer’s lawyer, Hagor Marcelo Maffei.

“Nothing was done wrong, and no manipulation was attempted as a result. Only a raincoat was given, it was a simple cape. There was nothing left. Decide based on what they think. It exists, “he added.

The issue escalated after Santos President Andres Roida announced his resignation and called a press conference to explain his reasons. At the time, the official said he would send the evidence to the CBF (Brazilian Football Confederation) and the Ministry of Public Works.

“Maybe this is the iceberg head of what happens in our football. A Santos women’s soccer official used a middleman. [tentar] Bribing a player for a flexible result in the first half for batting purposes. As Bragantino had already been disqualified, the bribe was attempted, “Rueda announced.

The player immediately turned down the offer and notified his superiors, who contacted me, and even suggested material with printouts of the conversation. As soon as it came to our notice. “Together with the president of Bragantino, we have taken some steps. The reason,” he added.

Fabrício’s defense explanation for the presence of the opposition delegation at the hotel where the opposition delegation was staying was that he was talking to a professional football friend. “He went to talk about his situation, if there was a mediator. That’s it.”

Without naming names, Roida also mentioned the game’s fourth referee, Adele Maria Montero. According to the president of Santos, he received “an envelope” directly from the employee. This is the material that the defense says is a raincoat.

The moment was recorded on the game’s official broadcast. The photo was spread on the Internet, but was not included in the match summary. The CBF Arbitration Commission and the game’s refereeing team did not disclose themselves until the text was published.

There is even a passage from the start of the game, a strange thing to say, an employee presumably gave an envelope to the fourth referee, which is to be investigated. We will not be happy until we know what is wrong, “Rueda was quoted as saying.

“Those who have something to explain are Santos and Red Bull Bragantino. Did they say they saw an envelope? They have to prove it,” the coach’s lawyer replied.

The Bragança Paulista club has so far only shown itself by repeating the allegations made by Santos. He said the player was contacted via text message suggesting a bribe to match the result and immediately reported the matter to the club’s executive director, Thiago Skuro.

The CBF claimed to have received the complaint and forwarded the demand for investigation to the STJD (Superior Court of Sports Justice). Asked, the entity did not want to reveal those responsible for the women’s competitions.

The match between the teams ended in a 1-1 draw. Bragantino opened the scoring with Mylena in stoppage time and drew with G. Fernandez at 41 in the second half.

Tie placed Santos in seventh position with 19 points. Bragança’s team, with four points, is 16th and last, already regulated.

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