CONMEBOL officials more sought after than political activists.Play the Game veteran Ezequiel Fernández Moores, who is a journalist at cheap fifa 16 coins La Nacíon newspaper in Argentina, has exposed corruption in South American football and the CONMEBOL federation.
Moores revealed how in 2013 USD 23 million was transferred in the space of just 20 days from the CONMEBOL bank account to the personal account of former president Nicolas Léoz, who resigned in 2013.
In a presentation entitled ‘Yankees Come Home’, Moores referenced American political involvement in South America from decades earlier and said: “In 2015, the FBI no longer look for political activists in South America, now they look for CONMEBOL officials.
“The one who really got away was Grondona, who was the true patron on CONMEBOL. He died in time, but where is the money?,” asked Moores about www.utfifa.co Julio Grondona, who was a FIFA vice president right up to this death in April 2014 but is currently under suspicion of money laundering.