The president of Aysa, Malena Galmarini, stated that the Boca Juniors striker Sebastián Villa, charged in a case investigating the alleged sexual abuse of a young woman, is not “afraid” of him as a Tigre fan, in relation to the final that he will play this Sunday for the League Cup, but as a “woman” and argued that he must be separated from the squad.
“That they separate him, is part of what I think the club has to do quickly, go with the Micaela Law and work more”assured the official when asked by La Red radio about the situation of the Colombian soccer player.
As a recognized supporter of Tigreadded that “if there was a case like Villa’s (in Victoria’s club), it would have to be separated” the accused and recalled that “In fact, nothing happened in the previous case and it is in the situation it is in,” in allusion to the complaint of gender violence against Villa, made by her ex-partner in 2020, which led to a case that is heading to oral trial.
“I don’t want to talk too much because some will say that they want to take him off the pitch because they’re afraid of him, but I’m not afraid of him as a Tigre fan, because of the match, I’m afraid of him as a woman, which is a huge difference,” Galmarini said.
Aysa’s owner too He referred to the statements of Juan Román Riquelme, vice president of Boca, who after reporting the abuse said that Villa was “the best player in Argentine soccer” Y that what was happening off the field was “another issue”.
“Beyond the excellent relationship with Roman, which everyone knows we have, I think it was an unfortunate sentence when he said that ‘what happens off the pitch is a personal problem, it’s not a club problem,’ said the former deputy.
She added that “we all have to understand that if a soccer player, who is an idol in the club and is part of one of the most important teams in Argentina, with the weight it has in football, These things happen and nothing happens We are giving a terrible example of impunity”.
“If you are an idol, nothing happens, they are one of those cases where something should happen for all those boys who follow Argentine soccer,” he concluded.