A Serbian football manager emerges as a central figure in the scandal in Belgium
Serbian manager Dejan Velkovic is one of the detainees in detention in Belgium on charges of financial machinations, match fixing and fraud around transfers, and media in the country claim that the situation around him is tightening with every passing minute.
At the moment, the Belgian prosecutor`s office is preparing several charges that Velkovic may have several years in prison, citing sources from the prosecutor`s office. And while for Mogi Bajat, the most famous agent in Belgium of Iranian origin, things may be less than a penalty, Velkovic is almost hopeless. Baath is accused and is likely to be tried only for money laundering.
The accusations of Velkovic are the creation of a criminal organization, money laundering, corruption and incitement to corruption. One of the direct examples is contact with Judge Sebastien Delfelier, who was contacted by Velkovic. And although the judge in question was not assigned to the Beverly-Mehelen match via dropping odds (one of the suspicious matches), it is an example of what influence the Serb had on the judges he had benefited from. For the time being, it is ascertained whether his influence has been in favor of a sports score for certain teams or for betting profit.
It has been established that Velkovic, along with Mohi Bayat, has devised a scheme to export money from Belgium, which was their hidden profits and paid them to their players in order to avoid taxing. According to Voetbal24. bek, Velkovic has earned a lot of merit for the Anderlecht title in 2012 with some of its unregulated actions for several years.
Currently, more and more of his deals will be investigated, including Ivan Obradovic, who was sold by Mechelen to Anderlecht, and then became a national of Serbia. Expectations are to transfer the transfer amount paid by Anderlecht.
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