The Venezuelan Soccer Federation (FVF) asked FIFA and Conmebol on Friday to open an investigation process against Panamanian coach Kenneth Zseremeta, the former coach of the Vinotinto feminine who was accused of sexual abuse by 24 of his former managers .
“Our commitment to the well-being and safety of our athletes is demonstrated by actions. For this reason, the Venezuelan Federation asked FIFA, Conmebol and Concacaf to initiate an investigation process on Mr. Kenneth Zseremeta,” he published the entity in its social networks, where it also requested the disqualification of the Panamanian technician to carry out any activity related to football.
In the copy of the letters sent to FIFA, Conmebol and Concacaf, the FVF also reported that it had filed a complaint with the Public Prosecutor’s Office to begin the investigation for the alleged crimes committed by Zseremeta. In that sense, the prosecutor Tarek Saab already announced that he had begun the investigation process for the alleged sexual abuse committed by Zseremeta, who led the female Vinotinto between 2013 and 2017.
In this way, the entity chaired by Jorge Giménez reacted to the public statement of the national team players, who this week denounced the former national coach of having sexually abused one of them, in addition to having subjected the rest of the soccer players to physical harassment and psychological for several years, in complicity with the physical trainer Williams Pino.