Juan luis larrea sarobe

The first world cup in the middle east

The RFEF Assembly is scheduled in two days to finally close the longest and most controversial electoral process in its history, forced by the dismissal of Ángel María Villar and the judicial investigation of which it is the subject and punctuated by numerous incidents that have modified the date of the vote three times.
His roadmap from now until then includes dialogue and working in harmony with other institutions such as the Consejo Superior de Deportes (CSD) and LaLiga, with whose president, Javier Tebas has cut a good part of the distance he maintained with Villar.
Rubiales, from the AFE to the RFEFLuis Manuel Rubiales (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1977) was a footballer with Mallorca’s reserve team and later with clubs such as Lleida, Xerez and Levante, where he captained his squad during the strike in 2008 due to non-payments before ending his career with Alicante and Scottish club Hamilton.
Rubiales was clear about his intention to run for the presidency of the RFEF after the temporary suspension of Villar’s position by the CSD and when the time was up to promote a motion of censure, he did so on November 20 with 57 endorsements and a notarized document that accredited him with the support of 88 members of the 139 that make up the Assembly.

The first middle east world cup: an opportunity for co

Juan Luis Larrea Sarobe (San Sebastian, 1953) became this Thursday the official candidate for the presidency of the RFEF for the elections of April 9, which he will be running for after having assumed his command in the most delicate stage of the organization after the dismissal of Angel Maria Villar and his alleged involvement in Operation Soule.
His seniority as a director, together with his experience and the support of the board in trying to ensure that the federation has functioned as normally as possible, placed him in a front line that he did not usually tread and in which he has moved ever since.
Villar rejected the offer and Larrea began to preside in his own way. In October he attended the LaLiga Assembly, which the RFEF had not attended since the arrival of Javier Tebas as president in 2013. He also sat down with Tebas to address the problem of violence and to agree on the implementation of VAR for next season.

Keep the lamp lit (carmelo erdozáin) – cassette

Once the deadline for appealing the provisional proclamation of candidates had elapsed, the Commission found “that no appeals have been filed” against last Monday’s resolution, when both were declared provisional candidates. Therefore, it agreed to proclaim “with definitive character” the candidacies of Larrea and Rubiales for the presidency of the RFEF. No data on endorsements
With Villar dismissed by the Administrative Court of Sport (TAD) and subject to an investigation by the Audiencia Nacional for possible irregularities in his management, two of his former ‘loyalists’ face the battle to relieve him.
Larrea (San Sebastian, 1953), who was treasurer of the RFEF since 1988 and assumed the presidency on July 22 when Villar was sent to prison (he was released twelve days later after posting bail), starts with 70 endorsements from the 139 assembly members.

Juan luis larrea sarobe en línea

Larrea (San Sebastian, 1953), who has been treasurer of the RFEF since 1988 and assumed the presidency on July 22 when Villar was sent to prison, from which he was released twelve days later after posting bail, starts with 70 endorsements from the 139 assembly members.
That initiative, formalized at the end of November, was the reason why Rubiales stepped down as president of the AFE and left his seat on the REFE board. The vote on the motion was upheld by the Electoral Commission, but the subsequent decision of the Sports Administrative Tribunal (TAD) to dismiss Villar led it to conclude that there was no place for the motion.
As a result, at the end of January, the board of directors that Larrea had chaired since Villar’s suspension, as the oldest member of the board -he had been its treasurer since 1988- constituted itself as a management board and called the elections for the presidency for April 9.
For the CAS, Villar used “his position to favor his reelection (on May 22, 2017) in terms contrary to the principles of transparency, objectivity and equality that should govern the federative electoral processes, as well as one of the essential pillars of these processes such as the freedom of the voters to vote.”

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