Spanish Football Federation diverted 220.000 € meant for football school in Haiti after 2010 quake

Posted by hougansydney.com on Friday, October 28, 2016 Under: Corruptions
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On Friday, the daily Spanish newspaper El Mundo, reported that the Spanish Football Federation has diverted 220,000 euros of public money originally intended to Haiti following the earthquake that struck in 2010. Apparently, that amount of money theoretically was aimed at creating a football school for Haitian children.

Always according to El Mundo, the Higher Sports Council (CSD), the government agency that regulates sports within Spain; will order the President of the Spanish Football Federation, Angel Maria Villar, to repay the entire sum of money back, because its whereabouts are unknown: the football school was never built and the technicians who allegedly participated in the project never traveled to Haiti. Also, Haiti's Minister of Education and of Sports has never met the head of the Spanish Football Federation, nor signed any agreement with him for the construction of said school.

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