The 60-year-old Vice President of Suriname, Ronnie Brunswick, participated with his Inter Mongotabo team against Honduras’ Olympia in one of the CONCACAF football matches, a match in which the latter won by six clean goals.
And the Spanish newspaper “Marca” reported that Ronny Brunczyk is wanted by Interpol, and he played the match in the “CONCACAF” league, a tournament that brings together clubs from North and Central America in addition to the Caribbean.
Ronnie Brunswick played a key player in the team, and the latter won a six free-for-all, in the first leg of the round of 16, and the vice president played 53 minutes and carried the captaincy, and his son also started the match. Being wanted by Interpol for drug smuggling crimes.
The Marca website published clips of the match in which the vice president played and his team lost by six in the presence of his son, adding: “The politician is used to causing controversy as a gangster and drug dealer, and robbed banks in his youth, and gave birth to about 50 children, and a French report drew Brunswick was suspended in 2005, accused of threatening a player with a firearm during a match, and the accusation was later canceled for lack of evidence, before he was convicted again in 2012 for verbally assaulting a referee, and his appearance in a match, on Tuesday, was a return from retirement.
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