Supervisor Victor Sanchez suspended by Malaga over sexually express video and claims he has been blackmailed

Malaga head coach Victor Sanchez has claimed he has been blackmailed after the Spanish aspect suspended him as an express video emerged of the 43-year-old on social media.

The second-tier outfit have confirmed an investigation has been launched into their supervisor, who within the video uncovered himself whereas sporting a Malaga membership T-shirt.

Writing on Twitter Sanchez pleaded his innocence, insisting he was held to random previous to the video being printed.

“I’m being subjected to a criminal offense in opposition to my privateness with harassment and extortion,” wrote Sanchez.

“The matter is within the fingers of the police and I entrust myself to observe their directions.

“Sharing or disseminating an intimate content material of any individual with out consent can also be a criminal offense both by means of social networks or messages or in some other means.

“Thanks in your understanding and help.”

Malaga, who at present lie 16th within the Spanish Seguna Division, took the choice to droop their boss instantly after the footage emerged, pending a full investigation.

“In relation to the occasions which have just lately been found, and which haven’t as but been verified, Malaga CF instantly suspends coach Víctor Sanchez del Amo from his duties till a full investigation is carried out,” a membership assertion learn.

“We’ll disclose additional data as soon as the details have been clarified.”

Malaga president Abdullah Al Thani appeared unconvinced over Sanchez’s pleas, asking him on social media to ‘be robust and say I made a mistake’.

He posted on Twitter: “We’re nonetheless ready to know who’s the individual. He’s mendacity at all times?

“He’s the just like the angel, who by no means makes errors. He doesn’t need to admit the error, only one time mentioned the reality.

“Did you assume that may aid you? All the time mendacity to everybody? Be robust and say I make a mistake.”

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