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THE HUACHIPATO-GREMIO CASE: THE DISCIPLINE TRIBUNAL HAS ADOPTED SANCTIONS

Today, Monday, April 29 the Disciplinary Tribunal of CONMEBOL, composed of Adrián Leiza (Vice President) and Alberto Lozada (member) has adopted the following sanctions in connection with incidents that occurred at the end of the match between Huachipato and Gremio on April 18.

HUACHIPATO

For committing a violation of Art.10.1.a of the Disciplinary Regulations, Mr. Jorge Pellicer (Coach): 1 game suspension and a fine of $1,000

For committing a violation of Art.10.1.a of the Disciplinary Regulations, Mr. Marcelo Rosemblat (Trainer): 1 game suspension and a fine of $2,000

For committing a violation of Art.10.1.a of the Disciplinary Regulations, Mr. Francisco Arrué (Player No. 7): 3 game suspension and a $5,000 fine.

For committing a violation of Art.10.1.a of the Disciplinary Regulations, Mr. Nicolás Núñez (Player No. 4): 3 game suspension and a $5,000 fine.

For committing a violation of Art.10.1.c of the Disciplinary Regulations, Mr. Juan Espinoza (Player No. 27): 5 game suspension and a $10,000 fine.

GREMIO

For committing a violation of Art.10.1.a of the Disciplinary Regulations, Mr. Vanderlei Luxemburgo (Coach): 6 game suspension and a $25,000 fine.

For committing a violation of Art.10.1.c of the Disciplinary Regulations, Mr Emerson Ferreira da Rosa (Assistant Coach): 8 game suspension and a $20,000 fine.

For committing a violation of Art.10.1.c of the Disciplinary Regulations, Mr. Douglas Grolli (Player No. 14): 5 game suspension and a $10,000 fine.

The Disciplinary Tribunal is still working on the analysis of other items relating to this case.

Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Caledonia revives CONCACAF chances with Barracuda snack

Neal & Massy Caledonia AIA was again flat and sluggish this evening in its second CONCACAF Champions League qualifier at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. Unlike Friday, though, the “Eastern Stallions” were not facing a team capable of exploiting their poor run of form.

At the final whistle, Caledonia had revived its chances of a second successive year in the CONCACAF tournament with a 3-1 triumph over Antigua Barracuda.

Barracuda need a win on Tuesday against DIRECTV W Connection at the same Couva venue from 6 pm. But it would be a minor miracle if the Antiguans are not on the wrong side of an even more lopsided scoreline.

The 2013 Barracuda team is a pale imitation of the sidethat visited Trinidad last year and, even then, the visitors were no match for their Pro League counterparts.

Tactically, the Antiguans, whose central defender George Dublin also served as team captain and coach, were especially weak.

Caledonia, despite four changes to its starting line-up, looked jaded and half-hearted in their challenges. Had the fast, strong Antiguans managed to lift the tempo of the game or harassed their opponents for the ball, they might have created problems.

Instead, Barracuda dropped deep and played to the strengths of a Caledonia side that enjoys stroking the ball around and had chosen a striker, Jamal Gay, who is much more effective around the penalty box than near the halfway line.

Barracuda had the first real chance of the game in the 15th minute when St Kitts and Nevis referee Kimbell Ward allowed a two-footed lunge by Tamorley Thomas on the Caledonia custodian Glenroy Samuel and the ball ricocheted off the heel of the post.

Thomas, a strong, fast and versatile player, was a handful throughout and was the Barracuda’s most obvious threat. Haitian central defender Olrish Saurel looked quite useful too.

But, as a unit, the visiting squad lacked the quality to compensate for a faulty team plan.

Gay put Caledonia ahead in the 21st minute as he broke the offside trap to run on to an Akim Armstrong flick and clinically steered into the far corner.

Caledonia playmaker and 2006 World Cup midfielder Densill Theobald doubled the host team’s advantage in the 34th minute when he stabbed home from the edge of the box after a Miguel Romeo pass. It was Theobald’s fourth goal of the season.

Gay clipped the outside of the post in the 61st minute when Nathan Lewis played him clean through the Antiguan defence. While Caledonia full back Aubrey David cannoned an effort off the upright in the 83rd minute and substitute Sherron Joseph was denied by a goalline clearance from Barracuda defender Omarie Daniel.

But the game was far more open than it should have been and busy Barracuda winger Andre Manders found space in the opposing area to halve the deficit with a composed finish in the 88th minute.

Caledonia struck back almost immediately as Lewis won a yard of space from Dublin to cross for unmarked substitute Keyon Edwards who had the simple task of tapping over an unprotected goal.

The Stallions would probably have a tougher time in the CONCACAF Champions League play-off if Connection defeats Barracuda for the lone automatic qualifying berth on Tuesday. Anything less than a Barracuda win means Caledonia will finish in second place and advance to an elimination round against an opponent from Group II.

Hopefully, the Morvant/Laventille-based club would be able to lift its game when it matters.

(Teams)

Caledonia AIA (4-4-2): 33.Glenroy Samuel, 12.Kareem Joseph, 3.Nuru Muhammad (5.Aquil Selby 89), 20.Akeem Thomas, 2.Aubrey David; 22.Miguel Romeo (9.Keyon Edwards 67), 7.Stephan David (captain), 21.Densill Theobald, 27.Nathan Lewis; 17.Akim Armstrong; 23.Jamal Gay (18.Sherron Joseph 75).

Unused substitutes: 1.Shemel Louison, 4.Colin Nelson, 15.Aaron Lester, 16.Odelle Armstrong, 19.Nical Stephens, 26.Vurlon Mills,

Coach: Jamaal Shabazz

Antigua Barracuda (4-5-1): 18.Molvin James; 22.Hazeley Pyle (24.Omarie Daniel 75), 3.Olrish Saurel, 17.George Dublin (captain), 4.Karanja Mack; 29.Andre Manders, 2.Toric Robinson, 15.Lawson Robinson, 10.Rolston Phoenix (7.Eugine Kirwan 65), 14.Randolph Burton (8.Alex Phillip 85); 13.Tamorley Thomas.

Unused substitutes: 1.Corey Wisenhunt, 6.Jamoy Stevens, 19.Lloyd Jeremy.

Coach: George Dublin

Referee: Kimbell Ward (St Kitts)

Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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What can the 1998 “Humpty Dumpty” WCQ Campaign teach us?

It’s time to get away from Kangaroo courts, anger management issues and misplaced xenophobia and return to that which consumes us, the Qualifiers! In today’s exciting episode of La Celeste Blog, we take a nostalgic look back at the 1998 Qualifiers. At this point, you the reader might be asking yourself, “why” … why should we go back in time to dig up the past? Well, there is an answer to that, simply put, the 2014 qualifiers have a sense of déjà vu, and that déjà vu needs a bit of exploring.

The 1998 Qualification campaign was an absolute disaster, in the 1998 qualifiers, too many chefs in the kitchen led to Uruguay’s elimination. In fact we can go ahead and call Uruguay’s 1998 WCQ campaign, the ”Humpty Dumpty” campaign –– Once Uruguay fell down, and fall down they did; no one could put them back together again.

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

So said philosopher George Santayana a long time ago… and there is no bigger example of that than the present moment. Uruguay entered the 1998 Qualifiers which started in 1996 after having just won the Copa America the previous year but what followed was a mess of epic proportions. Back then, it was the first time Uruguay or for that matter any CONMEBOL participant had to play a home and away series with every other CONMEBOL member… all except Brazil who had won the World Cup in 1994 and earned an automatic entry into the 1998 tournament as title-holders. The excuses given post ’98 qualifiers were that Uruguay were ill-prepared for different venues, the marathon nature of the new CONMEBOL qualification structure and were lastly tactically clueless.

Tactics

This is a very subjective argument, it was the main reason Daniel Passarella was hired for the 2002 Qualifiers but in 1996, things weren’t that dire, were they? After all Hector Núñez had been Uruguay’s 1995 Copa America manager, so tactically they weren’t completely blindsided as to what to expect. Núñez, repeated nearly 85% of the team that had won the Copa America (sound familiar?) –– the only exception was that Fernando Alvez and Enzo Francescoli were no longer featured.

So Uruguay started the 1998 Qualifiers with Claudio Arbiza, Nelson Olveira, José Herrera, Eber Moas, Paolo Montero, Macelo Saralegui, Alaro Gutiérrez, Gustavo Poyet, Pablo Bengoechea, Marcelo Otero and Daniel Fonseca – a 2-0 win at Caracas on April 24, 1996 gave Uruguay 3 points, this was followed by a 2-0 loss to Paraguay at home with roughly the same lineup just 3 months later.

The following month, Uruguay lost to Colombia by a 3-1 scoreline at Barranquilla. Change became the norm, Fonseca who had been ejected in the Venezuela match was replaced by Sergio Martinez in the Paraguay match – Martinez would be replaced by Gabriel Cedrés who had subbed out Martinez in the Paraguay match – he would go on to score Uruguay’s lone goal in the Colombia match. After all three matches had been played, Uruguay had 3 points – and had lost a home match and an away match.

Then Núñez’ Uruguay went barnstorming in the far east. Against China and Japan – Núñez tried out Sebastián Abreu and Álvaro Recoba. Recoba scored in both matches, Abreu against Japan in a 5-3 goal-fest that went in Japan’s favor. But then on October 8th, 1996 – Without Recoba or Abreu but with the great Enzo in the lineup, new goalkeeper Robert Siboldi and a returning Fonseca, Uruguay defeated Bolivia at home with an own goal from Bolivian defender Juan Manuel Peña. The following fixture against Chile would be Núñez’ swan-song. Francescoli had been subbed out for the restart – and with Marcelo Salas having scored in the 60th minute, With 20 minutes left in the match, Núñez brought on Recoba and Bengoechea to reverse the deficit – it would only confirm that changes had been made too late. In 5 matches played, Uruguay had won 2 (6 points in all) and had lost 3.

New Man; Same Problems!

Núñez’ replacement, Juan Ahuntchain would start off with a 2-0 win over Peru but a noticeable pattern kept reoccurring, once again Uruguay would see one of their players ejected, this time Marcelo Otero. Fonseca had been ejected in the 1st fixture, while Ruben Pereira had been ejected in the 3rd fixture. Ahuntchain’s biggest changes to the starting eleven, were that he brought on Washington Tais, Nelson Abeijón became a starter and Poyet was 86′ed altogether. Francescoli and Bengoechea remained while the strike partnership of Fonsceca and Otero was kept in tact. The following fixture which kicked off a new calendar year was the dreaded Clásico. Ahuntchain this time tried out Recoba and Abreu as subs – his back line of Tais, Herrera, Montero and Mendez secured the nil-all draw. Uruguay had 4 points under Ahuntchain thus far.

High Altitude = Big Trouble!

What followed this feel good sojourn was the infamous 4-0 loss to Ecuador at Quito. There, thanks in part to that scumbag known as Javier Castrilli – Uruguay would see 3 players ejected (Méndez, Abeijón & Fonseca) – Ecuador’s last 2 goals came right after Uruguay’s first ejection (Méndez, 77th minute) and second ejection (Fonseca, 87th minute). Back home in Montevideo, just 2 months later, Uruguay would defeat Venezuela 3-1 but once again a Uruguayan player was sent off, this time Paolo Montero. In 4 matches played, Uruguay under Ahuntchain had 7 points and only one loss.

28 days later, Uruguay would lose to Paraguay at Asunción – once again, a Uruguayan player would be sent off (Alvaro Gutiérrez) while Uruguay’s lone goal was supplied by Dario Silva who entered the game as a sub in the 60th minute. 1997 included a Copa America, so for the last fixture before the tournament, Uruguay managed a 1-1 draw with Colombia. Here, Ahuntchain would start both Dario Silva and Recoba along with Fabián O’Neil who had replaced Francescoli on the starting lineup. Uruguay’s lone goal was once again supplied by Dario Silva.

Ahuntchain would be dismissed as Uruguay’s NT manager not because of Uruguay’s qualification results (2 wins, 2 draws, 2 losses) but based on Uruguay’s 1997 Copa America performance where Uruguay only managed one win in the group stage against Venezuela.

Forget tactics, “Hay Que Poner Huevo!”

Uruguay’s legendary 1950 goalkeeper, Roque Máspoli, already a fossil in 1997, was the man La AUF felt could right the ship, after all, this was the same man who had guided Uruguay to the Mundialito win in 1980/81 and had also managed Uruguay in the 1982 qualifiers. More importantly, Máspoli was a symbol of Uruguay’s “Maracaná” generation – who symbolize the “Garrá Charrúa” mindset; sometimes misunderstood as “hay que poner huevo”.

A month after having lost to Bolivia in the Copa America with Ahuntchain, Uruguay returned to La Paz to once again face Bolivia, where they would initiate the Roque Máspoli era with a 1-0 loss. Máspoli tinkered with the lineup, gone were Montero, Tais and Méndez – in were Aguirregaray, Leonardo Ramos and Hector Rodríguez. Francesoli returned to the lineup along with Bengoechea – the youth players that were earning call-ups under Ahuntchain stopped, so Dario Silva, Abreu and Recoba – players that would play in the 2002 World Cup were not featured in Máspoli’s first 2 game as Uruguay’s NT manager. Máspoli was betting on veteran experience to see the job through – a 1-0 win over Chile at Montevideo, via a Marcelo Otero goal would temporarily prove him right.

What followed however was Uruguay’s elimination. A 2-1 loss at Lima, gave way to the Clásico where Argentina had the honor of eliminating Uruguay by not even scoring a goal. In three straight matches, Máspoli’s Uruguay were reduced to 10 men (Montero in the Chile match, Fonseca in the Peru match, and Líber Vespa in the Argentina match). After it was all officially over, there was the silly matter of the Ecuador match a month later, both teams were already eliminated, but Uruguay won the match 5-3.

Núñez, Ahuntchain & Máspoli managed 2 wins a piece which in total gave Uruguay 6 wins for the 1998 qualifiers. In 1998, Uruguay finished 7th overall in a field which only included 9 teams.

The Brazil Factor

The parity that exists between CONMEBOL teams in these qualifiers have highlighted how much the ecosystem has been unbalanced without Brazil’s inclusion. This is not an excuse of any kind, but there is no doubt in my mind that had Brazil been in it, points would have been taken away from teams like Venezuela, Chile, Ecuador, Colombia and Argentina. Of course by the same rationale, who knows if Uruguay would have managed to defeat Brazil – in the 2010 Qualifiers, Uruguay lost the home and away series to Brazil – But with that having been said, South America’s 2 powerhouses, Argentina and Brazil, exist to torment the rest of the herd.

Uruguay’s 2010 World Cup threw a monkey wrench into that assumption. It was after all Uruguay who reached the semifinals, not Brazil, not Argentina with Messi, world’s best player. Brazil’s inclusion in these qualifiers would have meant 2 extra games for everyone else – a worrying fixture for any CONMEBOL nation. Given how Mano Menezes failed to distinguish himself as Brazil’s NT manager, it’s possible Brazil would’ve given up points as well – who knows? That’s really a fantasy argument. Many nations with the exception of Uruguay and Peru turn coward when faced with the possibility of a Brazilian XI in front of them. Many countries subscribe mythical powers to Brazil that just aren’t there – but a couple of points stolen by Brazil at the expense of Venezuela; Chile and Colombia would’ve helped Uruguay for these qualifiers.

Present Situation…

Fast forward to 2013 – Uruguay under Tabárez, have only managed 3 wins at home (Bolivia, Chile and Peru) – 4 draws (Paraguay 2X, Venezuela and Ecuador) and 4 losses (Colombia, Argentina, Bolivia and Chile). 5 fixtures remain, but the “first time here” logic used in the ’98 qualifiers – can’t be used in 2014.

Lessons Learned

The ’98 qualifiers serve as a template, that if you jump the gun – disaster is around the corner ––Replacing the coach, after one or two bad games is not always the answer (that particular lesson was learned well after 1998). Replacing the coach mid-qualifiers has been done before (see 2002 & 2006 Qualifiers), but the question is when to pull the trigger, has Uruguay missed their window of opportunity or will the Venezuela game be the game where OWT is finally judged on?; Veteran leadership doesn’t guarantee you anything – and away venues such as La Paz and Quito are nightmare scenarios which can turn any qualification campaign into quicksand. Added to the mix is Brazil. Whereas many countries would see Argentina and Brazil penciled in as 1 and 2, without Brazil, slots 2,3 & 4 become do-able, this turns the qualifiers into a feeding frenzy. With blood in the water, the other CONMEBOL sharks now think 5th place is do-able.

The 1998 Qualifiers ended in disaster for Uruguay, but that was the past, it’s the future that concerns us, but then again… ’Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.’
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Warner: FIFA ´gave me £4m in deal´

Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner has claimed world football´s governing body gave him £4 million towards building a training centre in return for supporting Sepp Blatter´s election as president in 1998.

Warner alleged that a deal struck that May with Joao Havelange, then the FIFA president, meant Blatter had the full backing of the CONCACAF region in his election battle against Lennart Johansson.

He said Blatter "would never have seen the light of day as president of FIFA" without 30 CONCACAF votes in an election he won by 111 votes to 80.

Warner, who resigned from football after being implicated in a bribery scandal two years ago, has promised a "tsunami´´ of revelations.

He owns the land on which the centre of excellence, thought to be worth around £20 million, has been built.

Last week, ex-CONCACAF chairman Warner was the subject of an investigation launched by that body. An ethics panel accused him of enriching himself through fraud during his time as president and failing to delcare himself as the owner of the land.

But a day after resigning as the Trinidadian government´s minister of security as a result of the accusation, Warner hit back.

He published letters which appeared to show that Havelange had agreed to convert a £4 million FIFA loan into a donation to him and the Caribbean Football Union.

"I told Havelange that, through him, Blatter will get CONCACAF´s total support,´´ Warner said. "Blatter had been, at this time, the most hated FIFA official by both the European and African confederations.´´

FIFA has not responded to requests for a comment.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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City owners set for MLS franchise

The head of the owners of Manchester City is reported to be close to buying the franchise for a second MLS team in New York, the New York Times has reported.

Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al-Nahyan, part of the Abu Dhabi royal family, whose private investment group owns City, is ready to invest a $100 million "expansion fee" to create the 20th MLS team. It will be based in Queens, may be called New York City FC and could begin playing in 2016.

The paper reported that a deal for the construction of a privately-funded $340 million stadium in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park was close, and an announcement on the new franchise could be made prior to May 25, when City face Premier League rivals Chelsea in a New York friendly.

Last week, the New York mayor, Michael Bloomberg, told reporters: "Hopefully, we´re getting close to announcing a new soccer stadium here in Flushing Meadows Park."

Recently-deposed Premier League champions City will be making a third visit to the US in four years. Their City in the Community programme has seen pitches built across the country, including in Manhattan, in recent years.

Despite the franchise deal reportedly being at an advanced stage, the New York Times also reported that hurdles remain.

These include concerns over park space being lost to the stadium, and the need to gain planning approval for it.

City officials recently confirmed that they were in "active discussions" with the MLS about the proposals.

Stefan Szymanski, a professor of sports management at the University of Michigan, was quoted in the New York Times report as saying: "These are long-term investors - the Warren Buffetts of the Middle East.

"It almost doesn´t matter what plays inside the stadium. It´s the location, the city, that indicates it´s a good investment."

Manchester City have not commented on the report.
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FIFA ExCo member resigns

CONMEBOL president Nicolas Leoz has resigned from his post with the South American governing body and the FIFA Executive Committee, citing health reasons.

Leoz has been in power in South America since 1986 and was instated on FIFA´s ExCo 12 years later. However, the 86-year-old underwent his fourth heart operation last December, bringing him to the conclusion that it is best for him to step aside.

"I have invited you to this meeting to share with you my retirement from FIFA," Leoz told Reuters.

"I´m announcing my retirement from all FIFA commitees because it´s important for my life.

"I still have good mental health but physically I´m often impeded. I feel very happy because I´m retiring with the tranquility and knowledge of having done a sincere and honest job."

The Paraguayan was named in the BBC programme Panorama, in which it is alleged Leoz took bribes from ISL during the 1990s pertaining to the award of contracts for the sale of television rights to the World Cup.

Leoz denied the accusation, but the findings of a FIFA investigation - initially due in March - are expected to be handed down as early as next week.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Thank fuck a voice of reason at last....

Parreira believes Brazil are on the right path

Brazil´s national team coordinator Carlos Alberto Parreira believes the national team are on the right path, despite the poor recent results.

The Seleção have won only one game, against Bolivia, since Luiz Felipe Scolari was appointed manager, and was booed by their own fans in a recent game against Chile.

Parreira is not concerned though, he told press: "We have been working for only 3 months, it´s only the beginning. I think we are on the right path."

When asked about who will be called up for the Confederations Cup, he said: "I can only say that the list is in a very advanced stage."

The 1994 World Cup winning manager was also asked about Bayern Munich, which are the most hyped team in Europe at the moment, he said: "I watched them, there is no way we can play the same way they do."

"But likewise, they will never manage to equal our technique."

He added: "It´s pointless to try to equal the European speed or physical strength, we have to use our technique to beat them."
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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A favor del Pacto de Caballeros

MONTERREY -- Jorge Udiales, quien fuera presidente de Rayados de Monterrey, afirmó que el "Pacto de Caballeros" en el futbol mexicano siempre ha existido, sólo que se ha venido publicitando desde hace poco menos de diez años y aseguró que lejos de perjudicar, favorece al jugador.

Indicó que este tema se ha satanizado sin bases, pues en virtud de este acuerdo "el futbolista es reconocido como persona formada en un club y se le respetan todos sus derechos. Hay una desinformación muy fuerte con relación a esto; cualquier cosa que por alguna razón es criticable, luego-luego se la achacan al ´Pacto de Caballeros´, y yo le puedo decir que he leído 20 notas que no tienen nada que ver con la esencia de éste".

Ante las críticas, sostuvo: "¿Cómo va a ir un gremio en contra de la Ley Laboral en México?, no entiendo. Al ´Bofo´ Bautista, Querétaro le ofreció un contrato y no lo aceptó, ¿qué tiene que ver eso con el ´Pacto de Caballeros´? Por ejemplo, Monterrey había tenido un acuerdo con Chivas para el caso de Ángel Reyna, pero no llegaron a un acuerdo el jugador y Guadalajara; luego Reyna llega a un acuerdo con Pachuca, ¿dónde afectó el ´Pacto de Caballeros´? El jugador siempre tendrá el respeto absoluto de los clubes y ningún jugador va a ir en contra de su voluntad a ningún lado".

--¿Es decir que siempre el jugador tendrá la libertad de decidir a dónde quiere ir?
"Sí, pero también tiene obligaciones, no nada más tiene derechos. Si él firmó un contrato, pues se tiene que respetar lo que firmó en el contrato".

Dijo sobre el caso de Mario Gotze, del Borussia Dormunt y quien fuera cedido hace unos días al Bayern Munich, "¿qué también hay ´Pacto de caballeros´ allá? No, pagaron la cláusula de rescisión, alguien la pagó y pues, el jugador se va a otro lado y yo no veo que allá se rasguen las vestiduras".

Urdiales desestimó también que la Federación Mexicana de Futbol se esté saltando los lineamientos de la FIFA: "¿Quién ha demostrado que eso es cierto?, es pura especulación. Yo lo que sé y lo que he vivido toda la vida, cuando fui dirigente y cuando no fui dirigente, es que cuando FIFA encuentra que alguien actúa mal, (esa liga) no participa más, lo castiga y lo saca de un mundial, y le mete multas, porque no está respetando lo que está en los acuerdos".

Dijo que el "Pacto de Caballeros" existe de toda la vida en el balompié nacional, aunque hace apenas algunos años se le ha dado mayor difusión. Se le hizo ver que fue debido a casos particulares como los de Francisco Palencia y Aarón Galindo, entre otros, y destacó que "ellos siguen en el futbol mexicano y siguen actuando".

El ex dirigente del futbol mexicano recordó que el "Pacto de Caballeros" es solamente un acuerdo de palabra entre los clubes y que no está escrito o firmado en ningún lado, además de resaltar que no sólo en el futbol, sino en cualquier oficio, "la gente hace filas y filas, esperando una oportunidad de trabajo, y yo no veo que denigre eso a nadie", en alusión a que se ha criticado mucho al Draft de Futbolistas, el cual aseguró, no es una "trata de esclavos", como mucho se dice.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Un rumor la salida de Mohamed de Xolos

TIJUANA -- El argentino Antonio Mohamed, técnico de Xolos, calificó de rumores que un portal de su país, haya publicado que había dado su palabra de dirigir al Club Atlético Huracán, el próximo torneo.

Luego del buen papel que ha realizado al frente del conjunto fronterizo, con el que ya consiguió un título, los bonos del "Turco" Mohamed, subieron, por lo que aclaró que para dirigir en México, solamente lo hará al frente de Xolos.

"Son rumores, siempre que una persona va a terminar su contrato se especula, pero yo estoy muy bien acá, pienso cumplir mi contrato que termina en junio y nada más, después veremos qué es lo mejor para Tijuana y para mí", dijo.

"Estoy muy feliz acá y a mí no me distrae nada, tengo la cabeza bien puesta y si me quedo en México va a ser para dirigir en Tijuana, para que no haya ningún tipo de duda", abundó el estratega sudamericano.

Y es que, hace algunas semanas un portal argentino dio a conocer que Mohamed se había comprometido para dirigir a los "Quemeros" del Huracán, del balompié pampero, pero por el momento, el estratega ha eludido hablar del tema.
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Chilavert sufrió asalto en Bs.As.

BUENOS AIRES -- Al menos cuatro personas armadas asaltaron la noche del jueves al exportero paraguayo José Luis Chilavert, le amenazaron de muerte y le robaron su camioneta y dinero en el barrio de Caballito, de Buenos Aires.
"Espero que esto no sea una venganza", dijo Chilavert al referirse a una denuncia que presentó en Asunción contra un grupo empresarial argentino "de los hermanos Gustavo y Alejandro Mascardi" por una licitación por apuestas deportivas, operación que fracasó y que dejó una deuda.

"Hice una denuncia penal contra el grupo Mascardi, en Paraguay, por la licitación de apuestas deportivas. Para ese negocio yo puse en garantía varias propiedades que tengo en mi país, pero ellos no pagaron el canon y a mí me ejecutaron mis propiedades", comentó el exguardameta a la prensa argentina.

"Por la denuncia que hice, los Mascardi son buscados por la Interpol. Ellos están en Argentina y no sé por qué no los extraditaron a mi país", afirmó.

Al referirse al asalto, en el que le robaron su camioneta Audi Q5, dijo que "fue un momento muy desagradable y muy peligroso". Aseguró que "para mucha gente del Gobierno (argentino) hay una sensación de inseguridad, pero no es sensación, es una realidad terrible que no la quieren ver y no hacen nada contra la inseguridad", dijo al canal de televisión TN.

Agregó que los asaltantes "eran profesionales que sabían lo que hacían".

José Luis Chilavert fue portero de los equipos argentinos San Lorenzo de Almagro y Vélez Sarsfield, el Real zaragoza español, el Racing de Estrasburgo francés, el Peñarol uruguayo y en su país en Sportivo Luqueño y Guaraní. Jugó 7 partidos con la selección de Paraguay.
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