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Negreira is believed to have used Barcelona's money to gift referees tickets, ham, seafood, toasters...

Jose Maria Enriquez Negreira reportedly used the money he received from Barcelona for 17 years to give away various luxury gifts to referees.

The former vice-president of the Technical Committee of Referees (CTA) allegedly put together reports on referees for which he received 7.3 million euros to advise Barcelona between 2001 and 2018.

El Mundo has published a list of gifts that the company Dasnil, owned by Negreira, filed as deductible expenses.

The Spanish publication reveals that these operations are considered as non-deductible for the Spanish tax authorities.

The Treasury documentation to which El Mundo has had access reveals that Negreira acquired products such as 1,500 personalized red and yellow cards, as well as card holders or hundreds of coins for the coin toss procedure before kick off.

The list also includes items such as ham, for which he spent as much as 10,000 euros, as well as sweets, wines, liquors, cheese, tickets for football matches, lottery tickets, beach paddles, umbrellas, cooler bags, corkscrews, toasters, sandwiches, blankets, pants and laser pointer pens.

His invoices also suggest that Negreira took the opportunity to invite referees to eat at well-known seafood restaurants in Madrid and Barcelona, where he paid more than 2,000 euros.

Negreira explained to the Treasury on many occasions the recipients of the tickets reimbursed him the money by means of bank transfers. In other cases, such as Copa del Rey finals, Negreira claimed that they were "invitations".

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