Casillas exit account with the support of LaLiga and the AFE

first_imgBoxes wants to make history and become the first candidate to defeat a president elected by the Federation Assembly (RFEF) in the hundred years of history of the institution. The actual, Luis Rubiales, he faced an interim president, Juan Luis Larrea, After the Civil Guard evict the holder, Angel Villar, He was almost 30 years in office. Only this tour gives an idea of ​​the difficulty you will face the former captain of the National Team, world champion with Spain in South Africa 2010.Despite this, and as Manu Carreño advanced in El Larguero de la SER, Casillas is willing to try. Although the Federation has not yet called the elections, Iker will present his candidacy when the process opens. Something that is not yet known if they will do the rest of the presumed candidates who have left in different media: from Mariano Rajoy until Fernando Hierro Yes it seems that Iker Casillas is animated. For now, and although he still has a contract with him Port and has not yet announced his retirement from football despite the heart attack he suffered last May, the goalkeeper met on Wednesday of last week with the new secretary of state, Irene Lozano. Casillas wanted to know if the Higher Sports Council approve the electoral advance requested by Luis Rubiales. An unequivocal symptom that he has an interest in federal elections. An electoral delay beyond the Eurocup not only would it give you more time to curdle a candidacy, but it could also influence the elections according to the result of Spain in the Eurocup.Iker Casillas is now in the phase of obtaining support. But on the way out I would have a good part of the votes that professional football gathers. Javier Thebes, Rubiales’ intimate enemy, controls the bulk of the First and Second clubs. David Aganzo, president of the AFE and once a friend of Rubiales, would influence the players. Total, Casillas would have about 40 votes in favor. I would still be far from 73 that would require to win by absolute majority. But it would have fishing grounds to try, mainly among the non-professional clubs it controls ProLiga and it may also be among one of the professional coaches with the right to vote.By cons, and also on paper, Rubial numbers are more buoyant. The president would have the support of 18 of the 19 Territorials, all but Madrid. This group controls, in turn, another 60 votes because each Autonomy He has ancestry over his clubs, his players and coaches and his referees. Only with this part of the cake, except surprises, Rubiales would win the elections. In addition, each president waters in each legislature with millions of euros to the territorial federations, as he did Villar during his almost 30 years of president.last_img