Heads of Romanian football questioned by DNA

Mircea Sandu, the chairman of the Romanian Football Federation (FRF) and Dumitru Dragomir, former chief of the Professional Football League (LPF), went to the headquarters of the National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA) on Wednesday to answer questions in connection with the Corvinul Hunedoara case, according to realitatea.net. “I was informed about the request of the judge who ruled an investigation into FRP in connection to this case. I gave a statement and that’s all,” said Mircea Sandu on leaving the DNA building. In his turn, Dumitru Dragomir said: “The League has nothing to do with this. I have stayed only for three minutes inside.” Mircea Sandu and Dumitru Dragomir are being investigated in connection to the case Corvinul Hunedoara, the football club that has not received the money yet from Rapid, a debt dating from 2000 following the transfer of gatekeeper Bogdan Lobont to Ajax Amsterdam. Corvin should have cashed EUR 900,000, but the commissions of FRF and LPF decided that Rapid does not have to pay a dime. Meanwhile, the Corvin football club was disbanded!

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