Home football Nacional, back in legal trouble and millionaire fines?

Nacional, back in legal trouble and millionaire fines?

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Atlético Nacional had to pay a few months ago the famous five million dollars for the Fernando Uribe and Cortuluá case. Now those ghosts haunt again.

A few days ago it was learned that the Superintendency of Industry and Commerce (SIC) opened an investigation of 16 Colombian soccer teams and 20 other natural persons for alleged anti-competitive acts, which took place between 2018 and 2021. This could generate multiple million-dollar fines and considerable penalties. Atlético Nacional would not be left out.

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As published by the SIC, these 16 teams will be called to declare and clarify some acts that could be punishable, such as violating the right to work of their players and breaches of contracts. Javier Hernández Bonnet revealed in Sports Blog that Atlético Nacional would be involved in this problem.

Although only 16 alleged perpetrators were revealed, such as Once Caldas, Deportivo Pasto and La Equidad, the journalist stated that, “They tell me that there are other clubs that could enter the list. They talk to me about National Athletic. The team is not exempt from a call for topics corresponding to the investigation “.

Something that Hernández revealed, and which is extremely important, is that Jairo Rubio Escobar, current legal representative of Acolfutpro and who is in charge of this investigation before the SIC, has been a lawyer for Postobón and Ardila Lule, for which he would have to be against one of the companies to which it is related.


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