Businessman Cesar Boaventura has been accused of sporting corruption in favor of Benfica, but the prosecution has raised suspicions against SAD embodied, arguing that Boaventura did not hold any position in the structure, which made the accusation futile, writes the Visão magazine, under which the accusation relates to suspicions about offers of money For Rio Ave players – Jose Leon Lucena, Cassio Albuquerque and Marcelo Ferreira – and Marítimo player Roman Salen, Benfica interests.
Well, we went to see what happened to these players.
Leon – After several seasons in Rio Ave, passing through Chavez, Famalicao and Trovinci, the Brazilian right-back returned to Brazil, to represent Ferroviario, in 2022. Since then, there were no more records, and he would have stopped playing. He is 34 years old.
Casio The Brazilian goalkeeper is 42 years old, but he is still playing. In fact, he recently returned to Portugal to sign with Felgueiras, who are in Liga 3 and fighting for a move to Liga 2 (qualified for the next stage). After leaving Rio Ave, he headed to Saudi Arabia, where he spent four seasons with Al-Taawoun, before returning to our country.
Marcelo – The Brazilian central defender left Rio Ave for Sporting, where he was unsuccessful, having represented Chicago Fire, Pacos de Ferreira (again in Portugal), and Al Taei from Saudi Arabia. He is currently 33 years old, and he is based in the United Arab Emirates in Dibba Al Fujairah.
salt The French goalkeeper is 38 years old and is playing his fourth consecutive season in Rennes. He arrived in Portugal to wear the navy jersey, spent five years at Marítimo (with a season at Rio Avenue in between), headed to Guingamp, but will return home to spend two seasons at Sporting before settling back home.
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