Rosell hints that Roures or Florentino could have conspired against him

first_imgSandro Rosell is still looking for an explanation to justify the 645 days he spent in pretrial detention before the judge released him without charge. In the course of the interview that will be broadcast this Sunday In ‘Lo de Évole’, the former president of Barcelona points out and hints at various theories that may explain the “conspiracy” that he is convinced was hatched against him and in them the names of Jaume Roures and Florentino Pérez appear without citing them directly, but very clearly. As La Vanguardia advances, Rosell asked for Who could be interested in harming him, alludes to Roures saying that “we sold the club’s television rights to Movistar and left Mediapro. We are not friends”. He then adds another channel that points to Real Madrid: “They did not like that we signed Neymar.” Finally, he adds another possible cause according to his opinion: “it did not help to be Catalan, he was a ‘for them’, it seems that because you are Catalan you are already a criminal.”Throughout the program, which was recorded before confinement began, Rosell acknowledges that “I know it’s bad, but I feel rancor, I can’t take it off”. Those two years in prison have been very hard. In the program he will explain how he was denied on twelve occasions the request for provisional release because that entailed a pact and accepting to have committed the crimes of which he was accused. Finally, he went to trial and was released without charge, but with 645 days of preventive detention.last_img