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We are publishing the documents: Čeferin lied about being an official at NK Olimpija, so he should not have become the President of UEFA!

“One of the major Slovenian web portals has begun investigating crime in the Croatian Football Association and the entire Balkan region,” Krunoslav Grlević, a whistleblower who revealed the criminal acts in Croatian football said in his latest interview with a Croatian investigative journalist. All the indecencies of the President of the Croatian Football Federation and member of the UEFA Executive Committee Davor Šuker are something that the UEFA members Aleksander Čeferin and the influential Slovenian football officials Radenko Mijatovič, Vlado Šajn, and Tomaž Vesel are very familiar with. In this article, we will exclusively reveal documents that prove that Aleksander Čeferin lied about his time in the Football Club Olimpija Ljubljana and got to the European football throne by lying.

The Tomaž Vesel affair and all of his “afternoon” earnings at FIFA opened a Pandora’s box about Aleksander Čeferin’s work in the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). We have already revealed the background and names of the influential individuals who helped Aleksander Čeferin get to of one of the most powerful position in the world, President of UEFA. We revealed that during the time when Čeferin led the Football Association of Slovenia, it spent at least five million euros irrationally, for the construction of the Brdo National Football Centre. However, some of Aleksander Čeferin’s biggest slip-ups happened on his way to becoming the President of the Football Association of Slovenia, as he got to the position by falsifying information and deliberately deceiving all those involved.

Our media outlet reported on the fact that Čeferin’s central allies in the football circles in the Balkans are the President of the Croatian Football Federation and member of the UEFA Executive Committee, Davor Šuker, and the President of the Football Association of Serbia, Slaviša Kokeza. Whistleblower Krunoslav Grlević highlighted our articles about the irregularities of Davor Šuker in the Croatian football in his latest interview. For a long time now, the central media in the Croatian public have been trying to cover up the truth about serious criminal activities in Croatian football.

Krunuslav Grlević fled abroad due to death threats. In a recent interview with the Croatian investigative journalist Domago, Margetič, Grlević revealed links between Šuker and Croatia’s “landfill king,” Zoran Popiz. Grlević noted that an influential group close to Popiz has taken over Croatian football, with the intention of making their money laundering easier, as he said in an interview. He claims he also has documents that prove all of the claims he had made publicly. And due to his controversial past, Davor Šuker is only a puppet in the hands of a controversial Croatian businessman, who represents one of the godfathers of the deep state in Croatia, Grlević claims.

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These are just some of the facts about Davor Šuker’s unpleasant past. The influential officials in Slovenia football are aware of all of this. The central figure here is the President of the European Football Association, Aleksander Čeferin. His loyal assistants are the President of the Football Association of Slovenia, Radenko Mijatović, and the President of the Court of Audit, who is also an influential part-time official at FIFA, Tomaž Vesel. But in the end, Vlado Šajn, the President of the Association of Football Referees of Slovenia and an influential referee official at UEFA, still has the main say in all of the important decisions in Slovenia, as well as the entire Balkan region.

Radenko Mijatović is a well-known Slovenian businessman and a former member of the Cetis Management Board. Today, he is the director of the MSIN d.o.o. company, which deals with consulting and investments. It would be very interesting to look at the composition of the management of the company, and with whom MSIN mainly does business. Šajn is no more innocent, with a bunch of his loan companies. One of his business pillars is the company Mediafin. We will soon reveal everything that went on in Šajn’s company – in one of our future articles. One piece of interesting information is that Mediafin lent money at an 8 to 12 percent rate!

But let’s get back to the present. On Saturday, the Croatian media portal, which the leftists consider to be very credible, reported that Aleksander Čeferin would be the executioner of the Champions League. In the media, it was clear from the moment the Grosuplje lawyer got to the prestigious European football position, that he would not bow down to the European football giants. However, according to the Croatian media, he is only a step away from the so-called Super Champions League.

In it, there would mostly be the European giants from Germany, France, Spain, Italy and England, and perhaps ten more clubs from other countries. No special skill is needed for every football enthusiast to calculate how many chances a football club from Slovenia might get to be a part of this. Petrič’s Delo has already published the information that the FIFA President Gianni Infantino is behind all of this, despite the fact that he already denied the allegations of the Super League project in October last year. Who is lying to you? You decide who you want to believe.

Aleksander Čeferin lied about his work experience as an official in FC Olimpija Ljubljana!
In one of our articles, we explored the past of the influential Slovenian lawyer in the role of a football official in clubs FC Litija, FC Ljubljana Lawyers and FC Olimpija. We requested the records of the meetings at the administrative units of Grosuplje, Litija and Ljubljana. IN the first case, they referred us to a link to their old archive. The leading men from the Litija administrative unit only sent us two records of the meetings and referred us to the common file of all associations, where all the data of an association and company in Slovenia should be stored. However, in the case of the administrative unit of the Slovenian capital, we managed to get all the records we asked for.

The official UEFA website states that Aleksander Čeferin was a member of the Executive Board of FC Olimpija Ljubljana from 2006 to 2011. Therefore, we were interested in whether the official records also confirm the suspicions we wrote about in our previous articles, which you can find on our website.

On the 16th of November 2006, FC Olimpija Ljubljana had one of the general assemblies of the association. At the assembly, they decided on the adoption of the agenda, the adoption of the Rules of Procedure of the General Assembly, the election of the working presidency of the General Assembly, and so on. They also decided on the elections of the association’s bodies. President Franci Zavrl was elected for the position of President, and the following men became the newly elected members of the Executive Board: Dušan Olaj, Damjan Korošeč, Miloš Junkar, Janez Sodržnik, M.Sc., Aleš Selan, Marko Kolbl, Boris Škraban and Groga Čenčič. Boris Ferenčak, Tine Zupan and Milorad Orelj were elected members of the association’s supervisory body. Karmen Lukša, Gorazd Trontelj and Stanka Damiša were elected members of the disciplinary commission. They were unanimously elected by the members of the General Assembly. And no mention of Aleksander Čeferin anywhere.

The same process took place at the following general assemblies in the years from 2007 to 2011. In the year 2007, there were no changes. In 2008, Katarina Benedik was elected President. Franci Zavrl, Janez Sodržnik, M.Sc., Izet Rastoder, Dušan Olaj, Grega Čenčič, Miloš Junkar, Aleksandar Mičič, Bogdan Glavin, Uroš Sever, Lidija Golob, Miran Pavlin and Janko Popovič became members of the Executive Board. Damijan Korošec, Boris Ferenčak and Darka Srovin were elected members of the Supervisory Board of FC Olimpija. Stanka Damiš, Silvo Osojnik and Islam Beširević became the disciplinary members of the association in 2008. Once again, no sign of Aleksander Čeferin.

In 2009, Franci Zavrl was re-elected as President. Katarina Benedik, Grogo Čenčič, Andrej Kocič, Janko Popovič, Izet Rastoder, Dušan Olaj and Bogdan Glavina were elected as members of the Executive Board. The same thing happened in 2010 and 2011. Aleksander Čeferin was not elected for any of the bodies of the FC Olimpija Ljubljana association (President, member of the executive, supervisory or disciplinary body of the association – nothing). The documents prove this to be true. Therefore, that everyone should be asking, is – can Aleksander Čeferin justify this sin due to his prestigious position, or should he offer to resign from the position of UEFA President?

Luka Perš

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