Judge denies bail for Spanish football federation president and son
A judge has denied bail for the Spanish football federation president, his son and a federation vice president arrested in an anti-corruption probe.
Judge Santiago Pedraz made the decision to keep Angel Maria Villar, his son Gorka Villar and Juan Padron behind bars while the investigation continues, a spokesman for the National Court told the Associated Press.
Judge Pedraz set bail at 100,000 euros (£89,000) for a fourth suspect, Ramon Hernandez, the secretary of the regional Tenerife football federation.
Judge Pedraz took evidence on Thursday from the four men, who were arrested in police raids on Tuesday.
A state prosecutor accused them of improper management, misappropriation of funds, corruption and falsifying documents.