The construction company where the brother of a federation executive works did work in the Las Rozas Football City | Soccer | Sports


Gruconsa, the construction company linked to the brother of the director of legal services of the Spanish Football Federation, Pedro González Segura, is not only being investigated for the remodeling contracts for the La Cartuja stadium. The company under suspicion is also under the focus of Judge Delia Rodríguez for the works carried out at the federative headquarters of the Ciudad del Fútbol of Las Rozas. According to investigation sources, Gruconsa undertook renovations in the kitchens and in the access doors to the residence where the different teams usually stay and the federation holds institutional events.

According to the aforementioned sources close to the investigation, three budgets are needed for this type of work and Gruconsa would have presented its own for an approximate value of one million euros. His budget was chosen over those of two other supposed competitors.

González Segura’s brother, Ángel, is among the list of defendants that appears in the order lifting the secrecy of the summary decreed by the judge. In the aforementioned order, Tomás González Cueto also appears as being investigated, who until Thursday was the external commissioner of the federation. González Cueto, the legal arm and ideologist of Rubialism, was arrested last Wednesday, along with other federation leaders within the framework of Operation Brody.

As revealed The world, the federation awarded contracts to Gruconsa and subsequently diverted funds to a company owned by Javier Martín Alcaide, known as Nené and a close friend of Rubiales. From Conecta 17 Consulting, SL, Nené would have paid significant amounts of money to Rubiales.

The granting to Gruconsa of the remodeling of the Ciudad del Fútbol residence once again puts Pedro Rocha against the wall because the works were carried out when he already held the position of president of the managing committee. Rocha, who intends to call elections as soon as possible despite the possibility of FIFA intervening in the federation, will also have to deal with the possibility of being disqualified by the Sports Administrative Court (TAD). This Wednesday, the Higher Sports Council has submitted a reasoned request to the TAD to open a file against the Extremaduran leader for very serious misconduct after not having called elections for the presidency of the federation in due time and for having exceeded his duties.

If Rocha is charged, the CSD board of directors could provisionally suspend him until the TAD resolves. This would not prevent him from running for office, although he would serve as president until there is a final resolution. If he is finally disqualified by the TAD, Rocha would no longer be able to preside over the federation.

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