The National Court is investigating the payments made by the Royal Spanish Football Federation to Javier Enríquezson of José María Enríquez Negreira, who was vice president of the Technical Committee of Referees and investigated by the Prosecutor for some payments from FC Barcelona.
Judge Alejandro Abascal, judge of the Soule casethus accepts the request of LaLiga so that quantities are tracked that the RFEF paid the number two of the referees (at least 4,000 euros) between the 2011 and 2016 seasons with funds from the organization chaired by Javier Tebas for work of coaching.
The League had already requested in the framework of the case that the RFEF to clarify a series of payments that would be unjustifiedbut once the so-called Negreira case was known, he insisted on clarifying this point.
The person in charge of the Central Court of Instruction Number 1 has given the green light to these investigations, ordering to expand the reports prepared by the General State Intervention (IGAE) and to obtain from the RFEF the documentation related to these arbitration expenses.
The Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office had advocated, precisely, for commissioning the IGAE a new report to analyze the payments of the RFEF to the son of the former ‘number two’ of the CTA.