I hope he sends sicarios on Tebas, though
Good man Lahoz heh? I actually liked his refereeing overall. Don't think he was extremely biased towards one team or another. His main problem was that like many spanish or latino refs he loved being the main "star" of the game and indulged in conflicts and controversies that didn't need to be there. Just vain guy. The current outspokenness is part of that. He wants to be noticed, whether what he tells is true or not.
The @partidazocope has had access to the summary secret of the Negreira Case. In the 21 statements of referees and former referees before the civil guard.
They found out that Barça paid the Negreiras through 'Radio Barcelona'.
They agreed that Negreira NEVER hinted at ANYTHING about ANY PARTY.
They agreed that Barça's payments did NOT interfere with the integrity of the competition.
Some assistant referees who testified before the civil guard did recognize that Negreira Jr took them from the hotel to the Camp Nou, but he also did this in Cornellá for the matches at the Espanyol field and in Girona. A client of Negreira's who refereed in the second division also recognized that Negreira Jr took him to second division fields, to Nastic, to Sabadell.
Some statements from the 12 former referees questioned by the civil guard: - Iñaki Fernandez Hinojosa, retired referee in 2006 who ended badly with Sanchez Arminio, said: “Negreira practically did NOTHING since he was NOT qualified, not even technically, and it was President Arminio who managed everything. - Luismi Martinez Montoro: “The one in charge (in Comoté) was SANCHEZ ARMINIO.” - According to Pino Zamorano, the promotions and relegations were decided by THE CUPULATE OF THE CTA with the territorial ones.
He also believed that hiring Negreira's son had NO reward. - Gonzalez Gonzalez, who is in litigation with the federation for an unfair dismissal: “Negreira had little decision-making capacity. His hiring by Barça did NOT influence the competition.
MATEU LAHOZ was unaware of Negreira's functions in the CTA.
BREAKING NEWS: Joaquín Aguirre, the judge and instructor of the Negreira case, has already presented his conclusions and made it clear that there are 𝐍𝐎 indications that Barça could influence referees through payments to Negreira to achieve better results. • The judge has also indicated that he is only going to investigate this case because he sees some 'tax crimes', not because of sports corruption.