December 12, 2013
Avila accuses Grondona of alleged ‘money laundering’
Businessman Carlos Avila pressed charges against the head of the Argentine Football Association (AFA), Julio Grondona, over an alleged case of “money laundering” and “fraudulent administration.”
The former head of Torneos y Competencias (TyC), which used to transmit the local football matches before the Futbol Para Todos programme, presented different probes and a hidden camera of Grondona speaking about these issues.
Avila’s attorney, Mariano Cúneo Libarona, told the press that his client is willing to “demonstrate Grondona’s corruption and the fraud that affected him.”
“There are twelve accounts in the exterior, we are talking about the person that guides the destiny of the Argentine football,” he continued.
He added that “firstly, this is about a fraudulent administration, then the Judge (Jorge López) will determine if there was also money laundering.”