Coxa participant was talked about in a spreadsheet and in conversations with bettors
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Coritiba suspended the contract of striker Alef Manga, 28 years outdated. He’s Coxa’s prime scorer this season, with 9 objectives in 16 video games. The participant was neglected of the match in opposition to Vasco, final Wednesday, after having his identify talked about within the investigation into the manipulation of bets in Brazilian soccer. He will be unable to coach or attend the membership’s services till the nineteenth, when he’ll testify concerning the case. From then on, the scenario will probably be analyzed once more.
Manga and Jesús Trindade, additionally from Coxa, had been notified to testify after being talked about in a spreadsheet and in conversations of bettors within the manipulation scheme. The request was made by the Public Ministry of Goiás, which investigates the case via Operation Most Penalty.
The lawyer representing Alex Manga, Jeffrey Chiquini, left the case on Saturday. The corporate that takes care of the striker’s profession, Pantera Sport, launched a press release stating that it took over the participant’s protection and mentioned it nonetheless trusts the athlete’s innocence.
“Pantera Sport informs that its authorized physique has absolutely assumed the protection of the athlete Alef Manga within the face of the developments of Operation Most Penalty 2.
We’re assured in Alef Manga’s innocence within the face of citations from third events within the course of and we are going to proceed to provide our full assist till his innocence is confirmed by the judicial our bodies.
The investigation initiated by MP-GO listed not less than 13 matches with suspected manipulation scheme. In response to the physique’s web site, eight video games can be from Collection A of the 2022 Brazilian Championship, along with one from Collection B and 4 in state this 12 months.
The gamers denounced within the operation are Eduardo Bauermann, from Santos; Gabriel Tota, from Ypiranga; Victor Ramos, from Chapecoense; Igor Cariús, from Sport; Paulo Miranda, from Náutico; Fernando Neto, from São Bernardo; and Matheus Gomes, from Sergipe.
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