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Police search football referee headquarters in Barcelona graft probe

  • Spanish police raided offices of the Spanish soccer federation as part of an investigation into alleged payments made by Barcelona soccer club to the vice president of Spain's football refereeing committee.
  • Prosecutors claim that Barcelona paid the former referee, José María Enríquez Negreira, 7.3 million euros over a span of 17 years. Barcelona denies any wrongdoing and states that they paid for technical reports on referees without trying to influence their decisions.
  • Paying large sums of money to a person involved in Spain's refereeing committee for reports is not a common practice.
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