Ulises Dávila was released after his arrest in Australia for alleged betting arrangement – La Opinion

Ulises Dávila was released after his arrest in Australia for alleged betting arrangement – La Opinion

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The Mexican midfielder Ulises Dávila would have been released after having been arrested in Australia for apparently having been the perpetrator of bet-fixing a few months ago. However, the player must meet certain requirements while the relevant investigation is carried out.

What happened?

The current captain of Macarthur FC was arrested in the town of South Coogee in company of his teammates, Kearyn Baccus and Clayton Lewis, on the morning of last Thursday, May 16, after being accused of manipulating yellow cards during an A-League match in order to affect betting .

According to information released by the relevant authorities in the case, Dávila He allegedly received orders from a man located in South America to deliver yellow cards at very specific and detailed times during Macarthur FC matches. The incidents would have taken place between the dates of November 24 and December 9, 2023, when the Mexican player was cautioned against Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC.

Submission regime

Australian authorities executed five search warrants in Sydney, placing Ulises Dávila is under arrest along with his teammates for several crimes, including participation in a criminal group, as well as conduct that corrupts the result of a bet.

Although Dávila did not have to set foot in jail, despite having been detained for several hours by the Australian authorities, however, to avoid a new arrest by the security forces, the Mexican and his teammates will have to appear before the authorities during the following weeks as they take place. the relevant investigation for this case.

Who is Ulises Dávila?

Ulises Alejandro Dávila Plascencia, known as Ulises Dávila, is a Mexican professional footballer. who plays as an attacking midfielder. He was born on April 13, 1991 in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco. His first steps in the world of foot ball took place in the lower categories of the Guadalajara Sports Club, popularly known as Chivas.

In the 2008 season, Dávila debuted with the Chivas first team in a Liga MX match., where he was able to demonstrate his great qualities and the level he had at that time, which projected him quite well. His positive performance in the youth team and in the minor categories of the Aztec national team was so great that international scouts paid much more attention to the Mexican player.

A trip throughout Europe with several clubs

In the 2011 campaign, Dávila was signed by Chelsea FC of the English Premier League.. Although he did not make his debut with Chelsea’s first team, the club loaned him to several European teams so that he could gain playing time, experience and become much more mature. He had spells with SBV Vitesse in the Netherlands, Sabadell and Córdoba in Spain, and Vitória Setúbal in Portugal. Despite showing glimpses of his talent, he failed to gain a foothold and stabilize in any of the aforementioned clubs.

For the 2013 season, he was loaned by Chelsea to Club Deportivo Tenerife, a team of the Spanish Second Division. After that, in 2015, he headed to Santos Laguna of Liga MX, but he failed to achieve the expected expectations and was loaned out again.

In 2018 he decided to set his sights on much more exotic nations and leagues, and seeking to revitalize During his career, he joined the ranks of the Delhi Dynamos of the Indian Super League, where he showed a notable level of play, managing to become one of the favorites of the fans and the club in terms of the coaching staff.

In 2020, Dávila signed with Wellington Phoenix of the Australian A-League, where his performance was quite notable, positive and outstanding, earning recognition as one of the best players in the league. His level of play was such that it opened the doors for him to join Macarthur FC, another A-League club, where he continued to demonstrate his quality.

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