Who would have thought that the newspaper Correio da Manhã was going to make a significant cover about the e-mails? Some of the e-mails revealed by Correio da Manhã in today’s edition are emails that had already been shown by Francisco J. Marques but now with more information and also some e-mails that appear in those that were leaked this week on the internet.
One of the highlights that had not been released to date is a part of the e-mails that Francisco J. Marques had revealed, on December 5.
The two leaders who are hammering.
Here is transcribed translated part of the news from Correio da Manhã.
Nuno Cabral insinuates in a mail sent to Paulo Gonçalves, in November of 2015, that two soccer leaders (a man and a woman) have a relationship and that they have had sex during a League meeting. “Hammered?” Cabral writes, adding that before they left the room the woman spoke twice in the man’s ear. This situation occurred during a League meeting, held on November 19, 2015, beginning at 6:45 p.m. and ending at 11:00 p.m., in which Nuno Cabral participated, at the time, being a delegate of the organization. In the same email, Cabral also speaks of Dina Mimoso [Pedro Proença’s adviser], saying that she has “a tattoo on her right foot with her child’s name” and sends a list with the names of the participants in the meeting. In the final part of the mail, Nuno Cabral reports a conversation he had with Reinaldo Teixeira and Helena Pires (both from the League) and says that Teixeira told him that he did not trust him. “He wanted me to go home, because he told me that I do not have a delegate’s profile, but he asked me to speak with our mutual friend [Paulo Gonçalves] to stop beating him with news coming from the Correio da Manhã “.
Source: Correio da Manhã
So here is what Francisco J. Marques declined to reveal on December 5, because it involved intimate information from two league officials. Apparently, it was already a practice of Nuno Cabral, as I mentioned here. This is espionage. What did Benfica do with that information?