The humble children’s club Cordio “Barrio Ituzaingó”, better known as CIBI, is a story about a beggar who once became a millionaire. It’s like a novel or a science fiction story. But it’s real, believe it or not … CAS, which is the World Court of Arbitration for Sport, has just ruled in your favor in a lawsuit with Workshops of Cordoba, a club from which he demanded a percentage of the money for the sale Emanuel Bebelo Reynoso to Boca Juniors, which happened in January 2018. According to the said court, T will have to pay you an extraordinary amount of 810,000 US dollars plus 5% annual interest from January 2019 (the total figure, at the exchange rate on Tuesday, would be about 130 million pesos). How are you…
CIBI, located southeast of the capital of Cordoba, was founded on September 11, 1981 and belongs to the Cordoba Football League. On his court, Little Bebelo began to stand out with his yellow and black shirt, until in 2010, when he was 15, he went to the Lower Workshop. The family of the current football player lives in the Itudzaingo neighborhood Minnesota United football league. And immediately he was the victim of a robbery, as a result of which he received a bullet in the left leg in 2014.
Reynoso left a mark on CIBI.
“The higher court ruled in favor of CIBI. This will set a precedent that small clubs can defend our rights against bigger clubs. “ – confirmed Pablo Tello, president of a modest club in Cordoba. On the other hand, Marcelo B. Sellares, a lawyer specializing in sports law, also explained in the radio program Impacto Deportivo: “Talleres has no choice but to pay. This corresponds to $ 810,000 plus 5% annual interest as of January 2019. You have 30 consecutive days to pay. If you do not, you can initiate a non-payment procedure before the Disciplinary FIFA court “.
In early February, the district club reported three robberies that suffered successive damage and added 22 more criminal acts since the start of quarantine in Argentina in March 2020. Even the arches of the field were taken. “We came to report on our social networks that nothing can be stolen from them”, complained its president.