ANDThe investigating judge of the file open to the Cádiz player Juan Cala for alleged racist insults to the Valencianista Mouctar Diakhaby has proposed to the RFEF Competition Committee the dismissal of the case as the facts were not proven, as reported this Friday by the Andalusian club.
The eight-page instructor report, Juan Antonio Landaberea Unzueta, points out that “in order to disprove the presumption of innocence, the certainty of the facts obtained from the free appreciation of the evidence is necessary, a certainty that in this case is non-existent”, so both the documentary and witness evidence provided by Valencia .
The record states that “none of the numerous audiovisual archives available serve to discern an alleged racist insult“, like the reports provided by LaLiga conclude” in the same terms of denial of the insult test. “
Reference is made to a second report of the Apherton Grupo Investigation company that reveals that “the behavioral analysis of the registered player does not look at or refer directly to the player number 12 of Valencia, not appreciating directionality in the aforementioned towards said player“.
Furthermore, on the evidence presented by Valencia, it is concluded that “there is no direct or indirect testimony of the possible insult“and that” all the expert evidence practiced unanimously concluded “that it did not exist.
According to the Disciplinary Code of the RFEF, a period of ten business days has been given to formulate allegations.
The events occurred on April 4 in a match of the twenty-ninth day of LaLiga Santander played at the Ramón de Carranza stadium. Diakhaby He denounced at 29 minutes that he had been the subject of an alleged racist insult by Juan Cala.
Valencia withdrew from the field, but later, after several minutes, returned without the French player and the match resumed. Cala, who denied the facts, was replaced at halftime.