Former Paraguay goalkeeper José Luis Chilavert He strongly criticized the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) and said that after what happened this weekend in Buenos Aires before the final second leg Libertadores Cup, tournament titles must be given to Boca Juniors.
"Today I heard this evil character (by Alejandro Dominguez, president of Conmebol) who stated that the suspension of the game was for the sake of the show, but he never talked about Boca players. They were interested in billing," Chilavert told Miter radio.
Exporters Vélez Sarsfield and Peñarol, among others, added that both Dominguez and FIFA president, Switzerland Gianni Infantino, "pressed Boca to play the final, it was a piece of paper," he said.
"The worst and most serious thing is that the Infantino came with Dominguez (to the Saturday meeting at the Monumental stadium) and they squeezed the Boca people, that is unacceptable, and you realize that the mafia threads like this come from above. Domínguez, "said Chilavert.
Paraguay's opponents, strong opponents of Conmebol's current leadership, added: "Dominguez is the lieutenant of (Juan Ángel) Napout, today imprisoned in the United States by FIFAGate, both Domínguez and Infantino have to resign," he added.
Chilavert remembered a dialogue with Argentine radio stations that had long criticized "anomalies in Conmebol. We had to analyze how River Plate came to this final," he said, and asked to give the Xeneize Cup a trophy. "If they want to clean up football, they have to give Boca Juniors a title."
The Paraguayan is short at the end of the dialogue. "I hope they can really clean up football." Both Infantino and Domínguez are mice that killed him, "said the former goalkeeper, who underwent his best years in a sports career at Vélez Sarsfield, Argentina. (EFE)