Former Liga MX boss accused of corruption
Hugo Fernandez, Who was a player in it Puebla At the end of the 1970s, as a coach of several teams in Mexican football, he denounced an alleged act of corruption Enrique Bonilla, The former president of L. Liga MXToday, responsible for the organization’s international relations.
Through his Facebook page, the Uruguayan indicated that Bonilla was asking him for money to allow him to lead the matter, which he refused. “I want to comment that I do not manage any team because for 10 years or less, Veracruz He was interested in my services and he was mr. Enrique Bonilla He asked me for money so that I could do it, and I didn’t want to give it to him because I don’t like that kind of person, and since then he hasn’t allowed me to direct and contact the club that wanted to hire me. “
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“He told his board not to do this, I don’t know how he would have been so strong if the team had this intention. It hurt me in my career and I have people who know that whenever there is a team that shows interest in my services, he didn’t do it. Money, besides he always told me he should share it with Mister Rocha Banda (ex-Chair of the Controversy Committee) and someone else, I’ll say his name.
Fernandez As a technician he has directed teams like Puebla, In which he was also a sports director, TigersTampico Madero, Irapuato, Veracruz, Lobos BUAP, golden. Since 2008, it has not come out.
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