Barca: When Pique rotated Sergio Ramos as president of the Spanish Federation

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El Confidential has revealed a new 2019 audio between Gerard Pique and Spanish Football Federation president Luis Rubiales in which the Barca defender criticizes Sergio Ramos against their leader.

Since Monday in Spain, talks between FC Barcelona defender Gerard Pique and Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) president Luis Rubiales in 2019 have now been accompanied by each breakfast, with new revelations from El Confidential newspaper. The two actors have already condemned the breach of their privacy and Rubiales has even told the process to the mafia. Following the overhaul of the Spanish Super Cup led by two men, complaints against favor or arbitration requested for the Andorran club, a new document has been released this Friday.

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Ramos accuses Rubiales

This concerns a message from Pique to Rubiales in which the Spanish defender criticizes then-Real Madrid player Sergio Ramos against the FA president. In the audio, current PSG players accuse Rubiales of maneuvering in the shadows to sack David Agenzo, the head of the main players’ union, the Association of Spanish Footballers (AFE). Aganzo replaced Rubiales in 2017. Pique then asked the RFEF president not to send Ramos’ recordings to others: “For you. Confidential. Keep it to yourself”.

“Since I took this position (in 2018, editor’s note), I haven’t stopped being attacked, defended Rubiales at a news conference on Wednesday. There’s a total defamation campaign. “Who benefits from this?, He asks again. I am a simple person. I’m different from others, I’ve never had beer, I don’t smoke… I can’t guarantee they won’t put a bag of cocaine in my trunk tomorrow if there are people who agree to steal the message “

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Gerard Pick decided to sue after the theft and dissemination of this personal data. But the matter caused a stir in Spain, especially because of the supposedly preferential treatment that the Spanish player would have received.

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