This whole situation kicked off when turmoil events were experienced at Villa Española, a Montevideo-based second division club (Segunda División Profesional). According to local Uruguayan media outlets, there was a “political conflict that escalated into requiring state intervention and, after a series of bad results, spilled over to the players.”
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