Palmeiras and the Brazilian Football Confederation do not take Botafogo’s report submitted to the Court of Justice and Equality seriously. Textor is accused of cheating in favor of the Leila Pereira-Prisma team
He sent a report to the Supreme Court of Sport Justice (STJD) referring to “championship manipulation”. This is the only reason why Botafogo lost the title.
The basis for this accusation is the survey conducted by Good Game! Which used artificial intelligence to analyze the decisions of field referees and VAR.
According to the report, a series of errors occurred in favor of Palmeiras and against Botafogo.
Thesis on the limits of imagination.
As if there was incredible protection for President Leila Pereira’s team.
“Reliable external experts have prepared reports demonstrating their distrust, with 99% certainty, that match-fixing has occurred in other important matches. We hope that the STJD will evaluate these allegations and decide that an investigation is necessary.”
Textor statement to ESPN.
The study submitted to the STJD concluded that Botafogo should get 68 points, and Palmeiras only 50 points.
The reality shows that Palmeiras is the leader and two-time Brazilian champion, with 66 points, and Botafogo is in fifth place with 64 points.
Textor has already told journalists that if the Court of Justice and Equality does not take Botafogo’s considerations into account, he will resort to the General Court to annul the Brazilian championship.
The leadership of the Brazilian Federation does not take seriously the accusations made by the American businessman, owner of the Botafogo club.
Palmeiras management didn’t do that either.
Both are taking the route of shifting the focus away from the club’s ineptitude in crucial moments of the Brazilian championship.
The situation makes everything more embarrassing for the history of Botafogo.
The focus on the failure of football management means the club has had five managers this season, and that will not be forgotten.
Another embarrassment from this giant club.
And the matter is in the hands of John Textor…
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