I don't like the sound of this. The Chilean club investigated by the equivalent of the HMRC it seems...
I'm struggling to work out why they want to buy St Mirren. What's in it for them..?
Union San Felipe and Rangers are the two Chilean teams, according to the Treasury of Argentina, are considered "sports tax havens". For the Federal Administration of Public Revenue (AFIP, trans-simile of the Internal Revenue Service of Chile), both sporting institutions are looking for possible tax evasion stemming from the "triangulation" in the transfer of footballers.
In this context, come to the fore the names of Richard Pini (Chairman of Talca) and Raul Delgado (helmsman of aconcagüinos), owners of Chilean casts Argentine citizens involved.
And although from the beginning have said that among them there are no commercial ties, in the past did have contacts. Indeed, Pini lawyer Delgado wasestablished in 2005 when the corporation that administers Union San Felipe today.
This was corroborated by Eduardo Olivares, president of the commission football albirrojo club, in a note to La Tercera in 2010 . "When the company was established, the advisers were here the Pini study, which is an important study of Buenos Aires and I became good friends with them (...). San Felipe has nothing to do. The relationship between Raul Delgado and Pini concluded last year and half. "
However, this story appears linked the Argentinean Vicente Celio, current club president Uruguay South America, other clubs investigated by the AFIP in Argentina.
Before assuming in South America, Celio was a controversial president of Chacarita Juniors of Argentina. As an example, it is said that his resignation "funebrera" directive consummated through the mail.
While leading the Argentine club, Vicente Celio received professional services as a lawyer Richard Pini. The latter, in a interview on Radio La Gloriosa Tricolor (supporter of Chacarita) Splendid said "I was a lawyer, together with the family study that integrates my father and brother, Chacarita club and other clubs."
Nevertheless, in the same interview with Celio today maintains that "we only have a friendly relationship." "Many times you ask Vicente consultation because he is a connoisseur of football Argentina and the rise," he added.
Moreover, Vicente Celio is remembered in Chacarita Juniors for two major transfers under management: Ignacio Piatti to Saint Ettiene of France and Facundo Parra at Larissa in Greece.
The unusual of these operations is that previously his passes were placed in Union San Felipe, institution "triangulated" to both players. And according to the daily profile Argentina , in the transfer of Parra's "joined uni" and was managed by Delgado .
In this way, and while currently ensures that there are no ties, it is certain that these past relationships do see more closely the outcome of the research carried out in Argentina related to such transfers.