Marca reports that previous Colombian national football crew player and previous Real Madrid member Edwin Congo has been captured for cocaine dealing by Spanish police in Madrid. Nine others were captured in a police activity other than him, and Congo, 43, was discharged after cross-examination.
Previous Real Madrid player Edwin Congo was captured Tuesday during a police activity connected to tranquilize dealing in Spain, alongside another 10 men. Congo likewise played for Real Valladolid, Levante, Sporting Gijon, and Recreativo de Huelva during his playing days before taking on a spot on the Spanish TV program ‘El Chiringuito de Jugones’ after retirement.
The 43-year-old was kept by the Central Narcotics Brigade and later discharged subsequent to saying something. Congo showed up in Spain in 1999 when he joined Los Blancos from Once Caldas in return for 5,000,000 euros-an agreements that made him the most rewarding move in Colombian football history at that point.
Having attempted to convince Real Madrid, he was advanced out to Real Valladolid, where he played multiple times and got once. He at that point joined Portuguese side Vitoria Guimaraes, scoring four objectives in 10 games, before getting paperwork done for Toulouse.
In France, Congo praised only one objective of its own and came back to Los Blancos a short time later. This was trailed by a four-year move to Levante where he lived. The last elite clubs he played for before resigning in 2009 were Sporting Gijon and Recreativo de Huelva. Congo has depicted Real Madrid Stars in noble cause coordinates as of late