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Brazilian Footbball Confederation suspends its president after abuse allegations

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) suspended its president, Rogério Caboclo, accused by an employee of moral and sexual abuse, for a period of 30 days, starting this Sunday.

The suspension of Caboclo from his functions as president of the CBF was adopted by the Confederation's Ethics Commission, which has also called an extraordinary meeting of all its directors for this Monday.

The crisis around Caboclo has erupted a week before the start of the Copa América, whose organization has been awarded to Brazil after the resignations of Argentina and Colombia, and even though . . .

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