Loaiza presents in La Vorágine ‘Machism, mafia and corruption in Spanish football’

Fonsi Loaiza (Cádiz, 1990) presents this Tuesday at La Vorágine (Cisneros 69, Santander) ‘Machism, mafia and corruption in Spanish football’, the latest investigative work by a journalist who in recent times has specialized in the framework that surrounds football with a series of works that opened from an editorial point of view with ‘Florentino Pérez, el poder del palco’.

In this new investigation, which took to the streets this Monday, the man from Cadiz addresses various aspects of Spanish football such as the Negreira Case (and the successive prison sentences of several former Barcelona presidents), the Bernabéu box and various controversies and scandals. that has affected Spanish football in recent times.

All in a work that was already practically finished when the Rubiales Case broke out, which also addresses and links perfectly with the philosophy of a monograph that tries to dissect the power structures that surround the football business, including that of Javier Tebas. as president of LaLiga.

Throughout titles such as ‘The robbery of Atlético de Madrid’, ‘The masters of Spanish football’ and ‘Media manipulation and sexism in football’, he covers the main centers of power in a work that dedicates a chapter to the ‘Client system and machismo in the RFEF’ that is directly linked to the Rubiales Case in a particularly topical thread.

Others such as the Negreira Case also continue to be in the media and judicial focus, and Loaiza offers an in-depth view of some cases that have revealed pathologies of football, in this case Spanish football, beyond sport, understood as spectacle and, especially , business.

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