President of the Spanish Federation suspended for a year

The higher sports Council of Spain suspended President of the Royal Spanish football Federation (RFEF) angel Maria Villar for the year. About it reports Associated Press.

On Tuesday, July 18, Villar and three Spanish football officials were arrested on suspicion of corruption. After the searches were conducted in the office of the football Federation to check the caused damage to the Federation.

Also investigating corruption in the election of Villar for a second term.

It is reported that the damage from the activities of all suspects in corruption persons is 45 million euros.

The Prosecutor demanded to include Villar in custody for the trial.

In 1988, Villar was first elected President of the Federation, and in may 2016, was re-elected for a second 4-year term.