Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Caldas was once punished by Fifa for financial debt

Once Caldas is up to his neck in water and the next semester will be decisive for his desires. There is a relegation zone on the table, last before entering the red zone. His priority in the next season will be to seek salvation.

As is usually the case in most of the biggest pedicels, even the “white album” sports crisis is explained by an economic and institutional crisis. The most recent case that would identify this latest situation would be the sanction that would fall on the club from Fifa.

Fifa punishes Semel Caldas

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According to Felipe Sierra, a journalist from Win Sports, once Caldas still owes 30% of the money agreed with Monagas for the transfer of Marcelino Carreazo and the debt will be punished to remit the ban on players in the next transfer season.

The Colombian-Venezuelan midfielder arrived at the Manizales team in mid-2018. Six months ago he had made his profession with Monagas de Venezuela, and from there the talented youth began to project themselves, which also started the soccer federations of both countries. greedy

After four outstanding years in Colombian soccer, in which he aroused the interests of big teams such as América de Cali, Millonarios and Junior de Barranquilla, Marcelino Carreazo was transferred in August 2022 to CSKA Sofía in Bulgaria. With this he was supposed to pay the debt that he had with the Venezuelan, but he did not comply and therefore ruled Fifa.

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Once Caldas will not appeal and return

Although the figure of the debt has not been disclosed, Olim Caldas board of directors has already made a decision. Instead of moving to an available appeal, the club will listen and pay the amount requested by Monagas to avoid further sanctions, according to ESPN journalist Iulián Capera.

In addition, if the case goes to trial, the cost of the appeal could increase the amount that the former Caldas must pay today, so he prefers to complete this mess in the best conditions. “The club is already in the process of allowing the Foreign Affairs Control Office to operate,” Capera pointed out.

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