Millionaire contracts, overvalued foreign players and little investment in basic forces were some of the reasons that began to unravel cases of corruption inside of the soccer Mexicanso now President Andrés Manuel López Obrador issues a warning to the teams of the MX Leaguebecause investigations will begin to discover how Opera the alleged goal cartel In our country.
Amir Ibrahim, a Mexican reporter attacked the teams of the MX League for his alleged links with the alleged goal cartelwhich is making millions of dollars within the soccer Mexicanputting at risk the integrity of young athletes who seek an opportunity in the maximum circuit.
The goal cartel has proper names that have been indicated in the report that was baptized with the same name of this supposed criminal organization that has kidnapped the mexican soccer. In Argentina there was already a similar case in 2021 in which up to 9 first division clubs were searched and investigated, in a historic event to end the corruption and money laundering.
Cases of corruption in the mexican soccer they could be counted by the hundreds once the investigations are completed that help to discover how this mafia operates, which has taken over several teams from the MX Leaguewho, being involved in these situations, cannot report these acts.
In addition to affecting the country, the goal cartel Opera against the rules of FIFA, who prohibits these practices but seems to have no interest in touching on the subject in a World Cup year, so the ball is now on the side of the government headed by AMLO, who could end this ‘cancer’ that affects in a great way to mexican soccer and to the development of MX League.
This is how the alleged Gol Cartel operates within Liga MX
According to the report the goal cartel has a network of representatives, technicians and players who act as the agents of chaos in the mexican soccer. People say that Opera In the following way, the technical directors ask their clubs to hire the players offered by these representatives in exchange for a commission if the signing is finalized, of which the prices are inflated so that the slice is larger.
The corruption It is the main tool of goal cartel to get to the MX League and master the mexican soccer Well, according to the reports of Amir Ibrahim, Greg Taylor, former owner of the Querétaro club, earned about 2 million dollars for the transfer of Joffre Guerrón to the UNAM Pumas a few years ago, without the Ecuadorian player having this market price.
These strategies not only slow down the development of young soccer players in Mexico, but also serve so that the SAT cannot collect the relevant taxes and continue pocketing millionaire amounts of money with the abuse of the regulation of the MX League that seems to continue with its arms crossed in front of the enormous corruption that reigns in soccer national.